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Created April 3, 2022 00:34 — forked from PixelSergey/
Dump games with godmode9

Dumping games with Godmode9

Dumping games is the act of taking a game from your system or gamecart and copying it into a readable format onto your SD card. Dumping is perfectly legal if you keep the dumps to yourself, however sharing these dumps is piracy and is illegal.

This guide will tell you how to dump games from various formats and for various purposes. Dumping 3DS cartriges as .cia files is good if you want to install them to your system. Dumping them as .3ds files is good for emulators. Installed titles cannot be dumped as .3ds files. NDS cartiges can only be dumped as .nds files and cannot be installed (however, you can play them with emulators or flashcarts).

Dumping the RomFS of a game is primarily for romhacking purposess.

skyzyx / asciinema-clear-screen.json
Created March 9, 2022 21:59 — forked from dlbewley/asciinema-clear-screen.json
How to add a clear screen command to an asciinema recording
[0.000001, "o", "\u001b[H\u001b[J"]

Setting up Debian repositories with JFrog Artifactory

While I was searching for how I use Artifactory as Debian repository, I came across official Artifactory documentation: How do I cache artifacts from a remote Debian repository?. But, it did not work because there is no apt-add-repository command as documentation mentioned. I had to figure out the correct way by myself and following steps worked for me.


skyzyx / Liberal Regex Pattern for All URLs
Created January 28, 2021 00:17 — forked from gruber/Liberal Regex Pattern for All URLs
Liberal, Accurate Regex Pattern for Matching All URLs
The regex patterns in this gist are intended to match any URLs,
including "", "x-whatever://foo", etc. For a
pattern that attempts only to match web URLs (http, https), see:
# Single-line version of pattern:
skyzyx / Liberal Regex Pattern for Web URLs
Created January 28, 2021 00:16 — forked from gruber/Liberal Regex Pattern for Web URLs
Liberal, Accurate Regex Pattern for Matching Web URLs
The regex patterns in this gist are intended only to match web URLs -- http,
https, and naked domains like "". For a pattern that attempts to
match all URLs, regardless of protocol, see:
# Single-line version:
skyzyx /
Created December 15, 2020 22:13 — forked from steve-jansen/
List labels for a docker container
docker inspect -f '{{ range $k, $v := .ContainerConfig.Labels -}}
{{ $k }}={{ $v }}
{{ end -}}' $cid
skyzyx /
Created November 29, 2020 01:43 — forked from steven2358/
FFmpeg cheat sheet
skyzyx /
Created August 24, 2018 00:22 — forked from colinbendell/
Simple mass conversion of GIF to MP4 (h264/h265), WebM (vp8/vp9) and WebP
curl '' -o gipyurls.json
jq .[].gifs[].images.original.url gipyurls.json |cut -d / -f 5 | parallel -j 20 --gnu curl{}/giphy.gif -o {}.gif
parallel -j 20 --gnu "ffmpeg -f gif -i {} {}.h264.mp4" ::: *.gif
parallel -j 20 --gnu "ffmpeg -f gif -i {} -c:v libx265 {}.h265.mp4" ::: *.gif
parallel -j 20 --gnu "ffmpeg -f gif -i {} -c:v libvpx {}.vp8.webm" ::: *.gif
parallel -j 20 --gnu "ffmpeg -f gif -i {} -c:v libvpx-vp9 {}.vp9.webm" ::: *.gif
skyzyx /
Last active August 1, 2016 18:53 — forked from anonymous/

I would like to tell my story of burnout at Amazon, considering the fact that there is so many stories out there on both sides of the issue. My story is also on both sides of the issue, and I've had a lot of time to think about why people can see the same culture but come away with completely different conclusions. This is a throwaway because I still work there and I don't plan on changing that, and I don't exactly trust the company to take this in good faith, despite the fact that I mean this as a purely constructive criticism for a company that I really do like.

I am an autodidact (my formal education only tangentially describes what I can do), and a polymath (capable of holding my own amongst PhD-level Operations Researchers, Statisticians, Econometricians, Data Scientists, Computer Scientists, as well as Software Engineers). I love to solve real world problems, and in many ways am the perfect type of person for Amazon's culture. I started in a level 5 position, but felt from the beginning that I warrant