Tune your Terminal with a PowerShell profile

With the new Windows Terminal available I've been searching on how to upgrade my console experience. I see a lot of people improving their terminal to show important information, like which Git branch you are working on, which Azure subscription, the actual location on disk, etc. A couple of months ago I came across Brad Wilson his post on the matter and I like the way his terminal looks. His post, is rather straightforward, but there was some information missing. Read more →

Connecting to a Git server on your Windows machine

The past couple of days I've had the pleasure to start using a Git server as the new version control system at my customer. I've already had the pleasure to use GitHub and BitBucket in the past, which works like a charm with tools like GitHub for Windows and SourceTree. Because I'm used to using these tools, I really wanted to use them on my day job also. Because we chose to use SSH keys as a validation mechanism I had to create one. Read more →