I migrated all my Raspberry Pi’s to Docker on my M1 this past month. The ssh’ing, updating, and backing up of six Raspberry Pi’s, with the ‘not if but when’ curruption of SD Cards looming, was too much for me. I appreciated the DOTADIW compartmentalization of the Pi’s, but Docker is just so much easier to manage, modify, fix, backup, jump into relevant logs, and most importantly running on my M1 it is more reliable than SD Cards.

I spend a heavy amount of my day copy/pasting CLI commands, as such I didn’t want the path or repo status in my terminal, but did want “$” to help indicate it’s a terminal command. Not finding something minimal on the Oh My ZSH themes, I created this simple one:

It’s simply $, nothing else. No bells, no whistles.

Working on my website right now — trying to add a feature, but need to fix two other things to even start on that. Trying to fix the two other things, & need to fix four other things to move them forward. So deep in it now I don’t even remember what I was doing – ah how I’ve missed developing. πŸ‘¨β€πŸ’»

Over the past year, I went through a phase of hating Apple products, trying to purge myself from the Apple Eco System, then missed them a bit, and fell back in love. But as I rediscover my Lightening headphones can’t plug into my iPad, nor my mac, I realize this cycle is likely to continue.

duckduckgo is okay, but twice now a top result ended up taking me a hacked site while searching for some basic stuff (Docker tutorials).. I don’t know if this is something Google used to shield me from, or maybe the recent blow up of hacks are to blame.. but I’m not enjoying this. πŸ¦†

Despite being on xmas vacation now for two days, I haven’t had a moments time to actually work on this site as I intended. Family life is a busy life. πŸ‘¨β€πŸ‘©β€πŸ‘§β€πŸ‘¦