WordGrinder: Distraction-Free Writing From the Command Line

WordGrinder is an old fashioned command line program that doesn’t try to do a lot of things. Its purpose is to get the job done, and stay out of the user’s way while doing it.

A few months back while perusing the latest news from the open source media, I came across an article listing five favorite command line tools, or some such nonsense. It turned out that one of the items on the list was a command line “word processor,” WordGrinder, which the article’s writer claimed to be an uber-easy way to write from the command line.
As it happened, I’d been looking for that very thing, so I immediately looked in the Mint/Ubuntu repositories, found it, installed it and took a look. Unfortunately, at the time I was busy, facing a couple of deadlines, so when I couldn’t figure the first thing out about it in five seconds or less,

Original URL: http://fossforce.com/2017/03/wordgrinder-distraction-free-writing-command-line/

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JS “fatigue” is coming back to bite us

People have been talking about JavaScript fatigue lately, referring to how we’re continuously having to learn about libraries that don’t usually last very long.I think this discussion evidences how good programmers cannot be lazy people. You have to get a liking for learning new things. Its not that big of a deal, being forced into it: at worst, you’ll become better at identifying good libraries and clean software architecture. Embrace change, and it will make you a better developer.There is another kind of JavaScript fatigue which doesn’t have as many positive elements to it, and it hasn’t received as much attention. I want to talk about it because I believe it is talking a toll on the JS ecosystem in particular.Richard Stallman envisioned free software as an environment where people shared their code and other people would improve on it and this would gradually drive progress in the software world in more ways

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How to deploy Node.js Applications with pm2 and Nginx on Ubuntu

pm2 is a process manager for Node.js applications, it allows you to keep your apps alive and has a built-in load balancer. In this tutorial, I will show you how to install and configure pm2 for the simple ‘Express’ application and then configure Nginx as a reverse proxy for the node application that is running under pm2.

Original URL: https://www.howtoforge.com/tutorial/how-to-deploy-nodejs-applications-with-pm2-and-nginx-on-ubuntu/

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