I recently gave a talk at TechLancaster regarding the news, controversies, and science behind quadcopters and RC models in general.
Because I use git on a daily basis, I've found that over the course of several years, I've cobbled together a pretty unique group of settings.
Because of some shady business practices at my old web hosting service, I've decided to ditch them completely.
How to use Git in such a way that will make your friends and co-workers not want to kill you.
I've been using Git for a number of years, between personal projects at home, and collaborative projects at work. Many of the projects are maintained for many years, and sometimes managed by many different people.
Packer is an extremely useful 'wrapper' for ArchLinux's Arch User Repository (AUR). According to the ArchWiki:
Just a few weeks ago, I passed my 1 year 'anniversary' at Penn Manor. I'd like to take this opportunity to reflect on two of the awesome projects that I've been able to do over the past 12 months.