LoveDuckie

Bash

Bash is a Unix shell and command language written by Brian Fox for the GNU Project as a free software replacement for the Bourne shell. First released in 1989, it has been used as the default login shell for most Linux distributions.


Jobs

I've used Bash in 1 jobs.

Senior Core Technologies Programmer
2021-05-10 - 2022-01-25

Functioning as a senior software engineer on the Core Technologies team, my responsibilities consist of developing and maintaining tools, services, and Unity packages that enhance the functionality of our existing and future titles.


Blogs

I've written 7 blogs about Bash.

Perforce: Installing and Configuring on Ubuntu
Posted 18 days ago by LoveDuckie
A small article on how to configure your Ubuntu installation, for installing Helix Core CLI tooling with minimal fuss.
SilverStripe: Generating Google Sitemaps for DataObjects
Posted 3 months ago by LoveDuckie

Lately I've been trying to expose as much as my website as possible through the Google Sitemap that is generated automatically when you navigate to the /sitemap.

SilverStripe: JSON-LD Structured Data
Posted 4 months ago by LoveDuckie

This website is currently powered by SilverStripe which is an all encompassing Content Management System (CMS) and framework for building web applications using PHP.

Tips for Optimizing Page Speeds
Posted 11 months ago by LoveDuckie
An in-depth guide on how to improve the performance of your website in several areas, including Docker, NGINX, and SilverStripe.
Securing HTTP Headers with NGINX in Docker
Posted 12 months ago by LoveDuckie

Nginx, stylized as NGINX, nginx or NginX, is a web server that can also be used as a reverse proxy, load balancer, mail proxy and HTTP cache.

Remote SSH Text Editor through Visual Studio Code
Posted 3 years ago by LoveDuckie

In this article, I will outline what is required in order to be able to remotely modify text files from a Visual Studio Code instance running from your workstation.

Perforce: Formatting, Scripting, and the Command-line Interface
Posted 3 years ago by LoveDuckie

In this blog post I will discuss some of the convenient tricks that you can leverage when navigating Perforce and its command-line interface.