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Happy New Year 2018

December 31, 2017 11:59 pm Leave your thoughts

Another awesome year has passed by and hopefully you all had a great one too. It’s always great to look back and see that the very first post of this blog was actually in early 2013, which means that we have been online for 5 great years! I plan to... View Article

Merry Christmas 2017

December 23, 2017 8:56 pm Leave your thoughts

Merry Christmas to those celebrating and happy holidays to you all. Time goes real quick and without realising, we are at the end of 2017 and nearing 2018. I guess time goes fast when we are having fun and at Codingepiphany I’m trying to put fun into software development. This... View Article

What’s Next After Elementary OS Install?

October 24, 2017 8:30 am Leave your thoughts

I wrote in my previous article that my experience with Elementary OS was a good one and it’s still is. Today I’d like to share 2 handy customisations that helped me a lot with the experience. Minimize Button Yes, the original design language of Elementary OS does not have the... View Article

Elementary OS My Dear Watson

October 21, 2017 8:33 pm Leave your thoughts

Being a fan of Sherlock Holmes the title of this article is something that pops up in my head almost immediately when I heard about Elementary OS. It turned out that I wasn’t wrong, everything about this Linux distribution is simple and clean, hence elementary. In the first glance, it’s... View Article

Running 1Password 4 in Ubuntu 17.04

October 17, 2017 8:08 am Leave your thoughts

Recently I built a development machine running Ubuntu 17.04, it makes so much more sense given the technology stack that I am dealing with, such as reactjs, docker, java, etc. There was just one thing missing, which was 1Password. Of course there is also the online 1password offering, but I... View Article

Simple JIRA Ticket Printer Now Online

August 27, 2017 1:40 am Leave your thoughts

It seems that a few people have thought that the JIRA ticket printer that I published yesterday will be useful if hosted in cloud. This is mostly for non-technical users who may not be used to installing vagrant+virtualbox or setting up the application on cloud. Therefore, in the interest of... View Article