Not so random list of wallpapers/desktop backgrounds that I liked on the web. Not listed in any particular order. Compiled for personal reference. https://www.reddit.com/r/wallpaper/comments/eo2sn0/sunset_ocean_waves_1920_x_1080/ https://www.reddit.com/r/wallpaper/comments/eu5wzz/mt_battisti_british_columbia_in_the_canadian/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=web2x https://www.reddit.com/r/wallpaper/comments/euqf4k/blurry_4k_wallpaper_3840_x_2160/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=web2x https://www.reddit.com/r/wallpaper/comments/euhnga/louise_lake_canada_19201080/ https://www.reddit.com/r/wallpaper/comments/etr9n4/no_winter_lasts_forever_no_spring_skips_its/ https://www.reddit.com/r/wallpaper/comments/esoudz/small_memory_by_mikael_gustaffson_3840x2400/ https://www.reddit.com/r/wallpaper/comments/es76lw/flower_beautiful_bloom_blooming_blossom_botanical/ https://www.reddit.com/r/wallpapers/comments/eumdq0/te_deum_by_andreas_rocha_3840x2160/ https://www.reddit.com/r/wallpapers/comments/esrmtd/on_the_run_5120x2880/ https://www.reddit.com/r/wallpaper/comments/eo75w8/pyramids_minimalist_landscape_3840_x_2160/ https://www.reddit.com/r/wallpaper/comments/em2jhf/manhattan_aerial_night_photo_3840x2160/ https://www.reddit.com/r/wallpaper/comments/elc2t1/3d_abstract_4k_wallpaper_3840_x_2160/
In an effort to revamp my websites, I have ventured into looking at current state of the CSS art. I have been picking up Bootstrap by default for more than a while. At some point, I was very impressed by Metro/Modern design language that Microsoft was adopting and thus used Metro UI CSS 2.0 for my … Continue reading Styling with CSS in 2018
Today I was trying to add a comment section in one of my GitHub pages site. Turns out it is very easy. All you have to do is sign up a disqus account and head here. Then add the following text in _layouts/default.html: https://gist.github.com/nafSadh/75a614b5b7583f1650e528a6bbd880a0 Use the following front material on the page you want the … Continue reading Disqus + GitHub pages
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As we have seen in last couple of centuries, every few long decades the world undergoes some kind of stability shift. This may mean a shift in how government works, or how economy works or can be a change is global power dynamics, as we have most recently seen with the conclusion of cold war … Continue reading Culmination of next stage of world stability
This is essentially a bookmark post. Many awesome people out there create wonderful visualizations, often about sorting; and they are very pleasing to stare at. This is from a redditor, morolin: This famous one is from Timo Bingmann, a doctoral student at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology:
Today I needed to find the number of commits per file in a directory. Doing that by going into each files' mercurial log and counting manually is a incredibly boring chore. But, the following PowerShell script came to save my life: If gist embed is not working above, click here.
Most high-level languages has built-in or standard library support to read from URL. Reading resources from web today as ubiquitous as reading from files. https://gist.github.com/nafSadh/d707b9e507c42c990625dfe50f4af67a originally posted on Quora
I liked the describe MyTable in MySQL and missed it on SQL Server when I started to work with it. Turns out, there is a way to do the same there as well: This is not exactly the same as describe MyTable but it serves similar purpose.
There is an irony about fondness of language in a programmer’s life. I am not very particular about any programming language, I can read and understand and code in quite a few of those. But, my affection is not same for every language I know, and there is the irony. My favorite language is C++. … Continue reading Irony of language fondness
When you start a Node.js server simply using node app.js, the server stops as soon as the shell session is killed. But if you want to keep you server running, as a server would naturally should, you need some way to keep the server proc alive. Forever is seemingly a popular choice for running a … Continue reading Running Node.js app as a service forever