I recently had to do a wipe of my Windows 10 PC, which had been the same base install from a Windows 7 installation since 2013 that moved from my craptop (Lenovo T430) to a desktop and has gone through Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 pre-release, Windows 10 and finally Windows 10 Insider Preview. Suffice to say it had a few up and downs over it’s life time and it had a few problems I have been ignoring in the Event Viewer.
Anyway during my reinstallation of software, specifically Visual Studio Code, I noticed an “alternative” approach for installing “git” using something called “choco”.
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MusicBrainz Picard is the tool I use for managing my audio files when I was migrating my old CD collection.
My objective was to make it easy for me to find the files without using the library functions of iTunes and to ensure the names of the Album + track are unique.
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This is the approach I took for my new developer portfolio page where I wanted to see changes being put on the “test” site while I am doing my development.
Continue reading Automatically publish to GitHub Pages using Travis
Since I was doing a bit of experiments for my new portfolio site which will replace my blog’s front page eventually especially with the automatic publishing, I do realize that during the course of debugging and other fixes that I may have exposed the token values in the logs.
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