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· 10 min read
Gaetan Flament

Every developer has their own preferences for their setup, whether it be software or hardware. I’ve been a remote developer since 2018, and since then I’ve tried various ways to organize my workspace at home, that would fit both my work and personal times.

A typical remote developer kit will often include a laptop and one or more monitors. In my case, because I already had a multi-monitor setup for my personal desktop PC, all I needed was to come up with a way to homogenize and make it work with the company’s provided laptop.

· 7 min read
Pierre Martin

Hey there! In this post, we'll talk about some awesome benefits that you can enjoy when you start using keyboard shortcuts and the terminal.

It can really help you navigate in an application or switch between different applications and contexts without any friction. We'll also illustrate the Unix philosophy, and provide tips for gradually adopting these practices.

I hope you find this helpful!

· 11 min read
Paul van Dyk

Looking to take your Windows development environment to the next level? Look no further than Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL)! With this powerful tool, you can quickly and easily set up a Linux-based development environment on your Windows machine. This guide has everything you need to get started, from installing WSL to updating packages and setting up Windows Terminal. Plus, we'll show you how to install Node.js and Git, and give you tips for using Visual Studio Code, Zsh, and Oh My Zsh.

· 4 min read
Damien Pobel

Essentially, Front-Commerce is a software meant to be integrated by developers so that a merchant can sell products to its customers in its own online store and even without having to completely change an existing e-commerce stack. While this is probably the simplest definition of Front-Commerce (more or less the one I use to describe my job to my family and friends 😉), it hides some challenges we face every day.