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Month: January 2020

How do I ?

How do I ?

My code editor of choice is Visual Studio Code and so far I found it very useful. It also has a PowerShell extension so I can run my scripts directly from within the Code Editor.

VS Code has a lot of themes from which you can choose but I prefer one theme for the editor and the classic blue and white theme for the terminal.

So if you are like me, you can quickly change the aspect of the terminal by:

  • Open the User Settings (Ctrl + , )
  • Go to Workbench->Appearance->Color Customization and click on “Edit in settings.json
  • Add the code below:
workbench.colorCustomizations": {
    "terminal.foreground": "#FFFFFF",
    "terminal.background": "#012456"

Welcome 2020 and Happy New Year!

Welcome 2020 and Happy New Year!

I think a lot of people like round numbers and 2020 looks to me, quite round, it even has two “circles” it 🙂

On a more serious note, I saw in a book I’m reading, a reference about this and made me think about the “Banana tapped to the wall” which was sold as a form of art for about 120.000 dollars.

So what is art? Is beauty really in the eye of the beholder?

Well I don’t really know what art is but I think this was highly overpriced and for those on a tighter budget, I have created a masterpiece that I’m going to sell for the exact (round)amount of 0 zero dollars. (Or maybe I’ll give it away for free…who knows, I’ve not decided yet).

PS: Let me know if your nose is runny!