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capsulecorplab / graphviz_install.sh
Last active Mar 2, 2020
bash script for installing graphviz 2.38.0
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#!/usr/bin/env bash
###############################################################################
# Install script for graphviz 2.38.0 on Ubuntu/Debian
# see https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/graphviz/2.38.0-16ubuntu1
#
# Requirements:
# * Ubuntu/Debian
#
# Usage:
# $ sudo ./graphviz_install.sh
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capsulecorplab / .ruby-version
Last active Mar 1, 2020
bash script for converting multiple (GitHub flavored) markdown to asciidoc files
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capsulecorplab / rbenv_install.sh
Last active Feb 29, 2020
install script for rbenv
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#!/usr/bin/env bash
################################################################################
# rbenv w/ ruby-build install script. See https://github.com/rbenv/rbenv
# Install rbenv using,
# $ bash rbenv_install.sh
#
# Then install & set your preferred global version of Ruby using,
# $ rbenv install 2.6.5 -v
# $ rbenv global 2.6.5
################################################################################
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capsulecorplab / Gemfile
Last active Feb 29, 2020
Gemfile.lock for globally install Ruby gems, bundled with bundler 2.1.4 in ruby 2.6.5
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# frozen_string_literal: true
source "https://rubygems.org"
git_source(:github) {|repo_name| "https://github.com/#{repo_name}" }
# gem "rails"
gem "asciidoctor", "~> 2.0"
gem "asciidoctor-pdf", "~> 1.5.rc.2"
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capsulecorplab / bell_to_star_trek_tng_chime.sh
Last active Feb 7, 2020
Replaces org-pomodoro's bell alert with (Star Trek: TNG) door chime
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#!/usr/bin/env bash
################################################################################
# cli usage:
# $> sh bell_to_star_trek_tng_chime.sh
################################################################################
tng_chime="https://www.trekcore.com/audio/doors/tng_chime_clean.mp3"
org_pomodoro_dir="$(find $HOME/.emacs.d/elpa -type d | grep -e 'pomodoro.*resources')"
ffmpeg -i $tng_chime -t 00:01 bell.wav; mv bell.wav $org_pomodoro_dir
ffmpeg -i $tng_chime bell_multiple.wav; mv bell_multiple.wav $org_pomodoro_dir
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capsulecorplab / asciidoc-static.adoc
Created Oct 24, 2019 — forked from briandominick/asciidoc-static.adoc
Static Site Generators with AsciiDoc Support
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There are 19 static site generators that support AsciiDoc sourcing.

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capsulecorplab / pair-programming.md
Created Oct 23, 2019 — forked from rouzbeh84/pair-programming.md
resources for pair programming remotely and on site
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Guide Page

To start using this site you need to have a GitHub account to sign in. Once signed in it will create your profiles information based on your GitHub account and return you to your brand new profile page. Click the profile editor button to enter in if you want to be a student, partner or teacher. You should also enter in what skills you have and what skills you are looking to learn on this page.

Once you have your profile how you like it, head on over to the search page to look for what you want to use on your next project and what kind of partner you are looking for. After hitting the search button we will find the very best matches for you to begin your pair programming journey!


What is Pair Programming?

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capsulecorplab / pyenv_install.sh
Last active Feb 27, 2020
install script for pyenv
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#!/usr/bin/env bash
################################################################################
# pyenv + virtualenv install script for debian/ubuntu linux
# system requirements: https://github.com/pyenv/pyenv/wiki#suggested-build-environment
# Install pyenv using,
# $ bash pyenv_install.sh
#
# Then install your preferred version of python using,
# $ pyenv install 3.7.4 -s -v
# $ pyenv global 3.7.4
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capsulecorplab / orgmode-with-spacemacs.adoc
Last active Sep 27, 2019
abstract for July 11, 2019 SGVLUG / WTD
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Org-Mode w/ Spacemacs

Abstract

The best editor is neither vim nor emacs, it’s Vim and Emacs! Spacemacs is a community-driven Emacs distribution that comes built-in with many popular packages, including Evil-Mode - a vim layer for Emacs, and Org-Mode - a tool for note taking and/or project management that utilizes a rich plain text markup language. This presentation will be a live demo of some of orgmode and spacemacs' features and capabilities.

Bio

Sean Marquez graduated with a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering, specializing in design of dynamic systems, from UC Irvine in 2013. After graduating, he worked as an associate mechanical design engineer facilitating configuration management for Max Q Systems – an OEM aerospace consulting firm. In 2015, he joined and collaborated with a global think tank, performing numerical simulations & control systems design for rLoop – a non-profit organization that competed and won the innovation award for the first SpaceX hyperloop pod competition. Sean currently doe

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capsulecorplab / .spacemacs.env
Last active Dec 31, 2019
my spacemacs configurations
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# ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Spacemacs environment variables
# ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
# This file has been generated by Spacemacs. It contains all environment
# variables defined in your default shell except those with names matching
# regexps in `spacemacs-ignored-environment-variables'. If you add any
# duplicate settings for a variable, only the first setting is effective.
# PATH is a special case: all PATH settings are read, each non-duplicate
# directory entry is appended to the `exec-path' variable, and then PATH is
# set to the final value of `exec-path'.
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