In my previous post I showed my git and vim configuration. This post will be about random small tools that I use, such as tooling for docker and kubernetes, or just some small utilities to make life a bit easier.
In my previous post I showed you my terminal and shell, with some of the configuration I like to use. This post of 'A Developers Toolbox' will be all about git and vim. I will show you the aliases I use, how you can set up git hooks, and a useful tool to view your git log. And I will share my vim configuration, with some tips and tricks on how to use it.
Personally I like to use the terminal as much as possible, and by doing so I have a few useful tools in my 'toolbox' for my day-to-day work as a developer. This blog is the first in a trilogy, covering all the tools that I use almost daily. This first part will be all about the terminal itself. Which terminal I use, which shell I use, and how I have customized its looks.