At work, like most of this world, I’m forced to use Windows. Which isn’t always a bad thing just not preferable. At the same time though Microsoft has made this much easier for me by introducing Windows PowerShell. It’s actually been around for quite some time and I’ve actually been using for a while as well, but only recently have I been really getting into it and learning more about.
One of the nice things about PowerShell as opposed to cmd which you’re used to in Windows is that you can configure it just like you can Bash. Well, I have of course, spent some time setting mine up to basically work more or less exactly like I like my Bash setup to work. I keep in my dotfiles on GitHub if anyone wants to steal some code from it.
The falcon programming language has finally moved its source code from its old (original) SVN servers to a new git server. This is awesome news for everyone. Unless you were a developer. I got stripped of all my access (aside from the “read only”). Don’t let me fool you, though, none of my commits were spectacular.
If you want the source code you can clone the following:
Enjoy the Penguins!