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Jeremy Morgan Ramblings of a Polyglot coder
Times are tough right now. The world is struggling with this pandemic, and folks are staying inside to help stop the spread. Pluralsight has just announced that they’re opening up the entire platform for the month of April.

The Folding at Home research project uses crowd sourced CPU power to help model simulations to develop treatments for diseases. You can help them by taking 5 minutes to download their client, and donate some CPU Cycles.

Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) is awesome. It gives you the power to use Linux within your Windows system. A Linux shell can be difficult to learn, but the payoffs are incredible. You can become insanely productive with it. I encourage every Windows developer to give this a try.

If you want to be a React Developer, there’s a lot to learn. You can get started in a weekend. Yes, in a single weekend, you can learn React and start developing some cool applications!

A new Linux distribution has been popping up in discussion circles everywhere, it’s Pop! OS. What is it and why are people so crazy about it?

The Pinebook Pro is a $200 laptop that runs a couple of ARM processors, and it promises a lot. Does it deliver?

I’m introducing a text / code generation tool that you will fall in love with. If you’re a developer or someone who works with text or tabulated data you need this tool.

A couple of weeks ago I wrote an article about building and deploying a Blazor app without touching a Windows machine and realized maybe I should take a step back and explain what Blazor is and why anyone would use it. It’s still fairly new to most in the front end development world, but it’s awesome and you should check it out.

Do you want to try out Blazor, but you’re not a Windows person? Strictly a Linux developer? We’ll you’re in luck. One of the goals of .NET Core is to be cross-platform, so today we’ll see just how “cross-platform” it really is with Blazor, Microsoft’s hot new front end development project.

It’s a bold claim to say an IDE extension can make you a better developer, but you should install this new Pluralsight extension and see for yourself.

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