If you type git log to see the commit history in a git repository, the standard output isn't very terminal-friendly. It's a lot of text, with very little information displayed on your screen. You can, however, change the output of your git log to be more condensed and show
If's often very useful to have a couple of MySQL oneliners nearby. This guide will show you how to take a mysqldump of all databases on your server, and write each database to its own SQL file. As a bonus, I'll show you how to compress the data and
I didn't know it was a thing, but apparently the iPhone has a "Field Test" hidden menu you can use to see all kind of diagnostics about your cell reception, including the actual signal strength compared in dB, instead of just the 5 dots that average things out.