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Getting your computer specs with the console (macOS)

Getting your computer specs with the console (macOS)

Either when you’re looking to sell your old laptop or bought a new one, someone asks about the specs of your machine; or maybe you’re ssh-ing a server and you have no clue what machine it is. Well, you can run system_profiler SPHardwareDataType o...

Automating chores with Danger

It’s been a while I’ve been thinking about writing about Fastlane and Danger. Basically, because I hate manual processes. I do. They are boring, require lots of time and they’re prone to human errors. The more boring the task is, the more likely ...

Querying Canillitapp with a little of shell scripting

I recently discovered JQ and it worked perfect for me to query Canillitapp services. Here are some examples: search.sh Makes a search (URL escaped) and shows last 20 examples. Transforms UNIX timestamp into a legible date. sh search.sh...

Why I moved my news service from bot to app 📱

It’s been more than a year since I talked about botzerra, my news bot. Back then, there was a lot of hype around bots. It was justfied, bots are awesome for several reasons: mostly because users don’t need to download a new app (they don’t need to...

Customizing macOS' terminal

Anything is better than macOS’ default terminal. The white background and the way-too-small font are not a good fit for anyone. But hey! at least it’s Windows’ terminal, am I right? Mine looks like this. It’s pretty basic but it’s got what I n...

My everyday news on a Telegram bot 🤖

I liked Telegram since day 1 but after they released their bot API, it became my favorite messaging app by far 1. So, because I needed an excuse to learn Ruby (and also because I needed this pretty bad) I created Botzerra_bot: my personal bot t...