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    Recover from a linux boot issue - no free disk space

    The other day, I got myself in a tangle. I ran out of disk space on my system hard drive and I could not boot into Ubuntu properly. This is how I fixed it.

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    Are CSS utility classes a mild form of obfuscation?

    If I see something interesting or novel on a website, I like to investigate how it was made through the browser's devtools. When I was exploring an example today, there was an unexpected speed bump.

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    How to create a slick animation from Schitt's Creek

    This time, I will make the title sequence from Schitt's Creek. It has a quirky, irreverent quality to it.

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    How to migrate a JavaScript project to pnpm (package manager)

    pnpm claims to be the performant node package manager. It using less disk space, and can resolve dependency trees much faster than its peers. Should I migrate my existing projects?

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    How to keep your email address private in GitHub

    After switching to a more privacy-conscious email provider recently, I also wanted to review where I publish that email address to. One important place to check is any Git host you use such as GitHub.

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    Open a project in VS Code in a flash 📂⚡

    The one thing that you do all the time with VS Code is open a folder. Wouldn't it be nice to find your project and open it in VS Code *really* quickly?

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    The best password manager on Linux?

    KeePass was my first choice password manager. Over time, I noticed that it has some persistent issues. Its time to look for a replacement!

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    VS Code - Catch errors in your markdown files

    While Markdown is designed to be easy to read and write, you can make mistakes the same as you would with any programming language! Here is how you catch those syntax mistakes...

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    Add a table of contents (TOC) to your blog posts

    A table of contents (TOC) can enable readers to quickly navigate its contents. Lets go through it from top to bottom in a beginner-friendly way.

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    Syntax highlighting library support for modern frontend frameworks

    I was wondering which modern frontend frameworks are supported by syntax highlighting libraries. The list is growing! When you consider that people use frameworks with TypeScript also, does that mean that they need to have 2 language variants for each framework also?