CS Dropout(Suspended). Self learner(So that I can feel good). Mostly chilling(Jobless). Atheist(Trend). Freelancer(Dropout remember). Logically Sound(Actually).

Cloud computing is taking over traditional computing. Almost everything is ported to the cloud. But what about the Cloud IDE, are we ready to switch yet?.

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Acer Chromebook (Image by Karolina Grabowska)


Few years back I bought a Chromebook. My expectations from Chromebook were high. Just because it is Google backed(The Chrome OS) and also I personally think that future general computing will be replaced by cloud computing. Microsoft is going to launch the Windows X. Apple has launched the Apple Silicon, which is basically an ARM chip. These things are more Web inclined technologies and they are basically going to use more cloud based applications…

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Recently, I faced an issue with my NVMe SSD. It’s boot sector got corrupted and the nearby service center said it will take about a month to get replaced. So, meanwhile I had no additional internal media to install my operating system on. I am a hardcore Linux user. I started from Ubuntu(As everyone does), I passed through Linux Mint, Manjaro, Debian, Arch Linux, Gentoo and finally LFS.

So my first thought was to use Arch Linux with persistence on a USB Drive. But unfortunately the snappiness was missing. In fact, I tried Alpine Linux as well, even that was…

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During my institutional course I came across the term ‘touch typing’. The place where I come from there are only few people typing faster than 40 WPM. Then one day I saw someone type without looking at the keyboard, they weren’t fast but I was fascinated. And I wanted to try it out no matter what.

Why use Dvorak instead of the regular QWERTY?

To be honest, for no apparent reason. There are many people claiming that this layout will make you faster in the long run. It will prevent RSI(Repetitive strain injury). You can find the entire list of advantages on Wikipedia for Dvorak. …

A little while ago I started using VIM as my primary text editor and IDE(NeoVim to be precise). And I am going to use Rust for my new Web Project. I looked for some simple guides for the setup but I didn’t find one. So why not just create one for others who are going to face the same problem.

Quick Solution

Install the NeoVim and Rust add this NeoVim Config to your ~/.config/nvim/. Run these both commands in your terminal.

sh -c 'curl -fLo "${XDG_DATA_HOME:-$HOME/.local/share}"/nvim/site/autoload/plug.vim --create-dirs \'
nvim +PlugInstall

The entire explanation

Whatever operating system you are using I suppose you have already…

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