Working within a command line environment, like a Bash session, can be far more productive that using a graphical user interface. Here’s a collection of shortcuts.
A quick-reference guide, with examples, on how to add math notation to Markdown documents.
The interoperability provided by WSL enables calling or running Windows applications directly from within the Linux command line.
Here’s how to create Alias commands to simplify tasks on the command line. The examples given relate to retrieving IP addresses. The process is shown for Linux using Bash and Windows using PowerShell.
Windows ships with OpenSSH. Here’s how to update the version then use it with MFA option FIDO2 + hardware security keys such as YubiKey.
Here’s how to use virtual environments within Python projects to reduce the risk of version conflicts across Python projects.
If you have installed WSL and one or more linux distributions, it is possible to work with the contents of their file systems from within Windows Explorer.
Markdown documents can include elegant representations of algebraic formulae, using KaTeX.