On LinkedIn one can specify skills that one has as a collection of keywords. Contacts can verify these skills by vouching that one has them. A recently added feature is that one can take a 15 question multiple choice test and show a badge if the test result lies in the 0.7 quantile or above. In principle a nice idea.
I used to have
.bashrc file with around 400 lines. With ASCII boxes, it was
kind of manageable, but it was rather a bunch of little snippets that lack
cohesion. So I took inspiration from the various configuration directories
config.d/) of packages like apache and put each snippet into a little
10-name.sh file into
~/.config/bash/. Then in my
.bashrc, I just
all those little snippets. Since the globbing gives them in alphabetical order,
I can use the number to give the snippets an order.
Version control is a neat thing when programming, but I sometimes forget which project uses which system. All of my projects use git, some others use SVN, Mercurial or Bazaar. When I work on the command line, I would like to know whether the current directory is version controlled and which system is used.