How to Remote Develop or Debug over SSH Connection?

While developing code for a different machine, either a huge server or a tiny embedded host, you’ll need to develop on a remote environment. Your connection of choice probably will be SSH, and here is how to develop in that setup. You have two different choices in this setup. First, you can develop locally and […]

How to Pipe to or from Clipboard in a Bash Script?

Using a clipboard is a habit of graphical user interfaces. Although it is possible to do anything you want in a text-based terminal, old habits die hard. So is there a way to use your clipboard, by either filling or emptying it, in the terminal in a FIFO? xclip There is a way to achieve […]

Few Python Interview Questions for the Ones Looking For a Job

Hey! I am Onur. Sorry, I was away for a while, but I’ll make it up to you with a pragmatic post that may help you to lend a better job. So, here’s a few Python interview questions for the ones looking for a job! By the way, I’m warning you, they are just junior […]

IT Industry Getting Rid of “Racial” Terms, Next is golang

With the rising awareness to the topic, thanks to Black Lives Matter Movement, the terms that can be interpreted in a white supremacist way are being rapidly pushed out from the IT industry. Lastly, GoLang joined to the train of awareness. Some think this as a cheap PR move, some are really supporting and cheering […]

Governor of New Jersey Publicly Calling for COBOL Programmers

While the COVID-19 threats in USA not decreasing, lots of parts of public infrastructure are put into a test of pressure. Healthcare and unemployment systems’ infrastructures are two of them. Some of them are performing perfectly under the pressure while some are just failing. One of the failing systems is NJ’s unemployment system. Last weekend, […]