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Jared York

business owner, programmer, game developer, educator, coffee enthusiast

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Jared York

Beware of Bitcoin Scams

14 Jul 2019 2 minute read Jared York

(I originally published this April 14, 2019.) So today I came across an email in my spam… This email was sent to me at 12:29am. Here is a screenshot of the email I received: The sender obviously made up these claims about me and sent the same email...

A Nibble of HTML

14 Jul 2019 4 minute read Jared York

Hello! This guide is meant to be a tiny introduction to the markup language, HTML. HTML stands for Hypertext Markup Language. This is the language the defines the structure of the websites you visit. Before we begin writing our own HTML page, create...

Setting up MonoGame on Windows

13 Jul 2019 1 minute read Jared York

MonoGame is the most powerful frameworks for creating cross-platform games. One of the great features about it, is that it’s open-source. If you ever need to adjust something within the framework itself, you can do it. The MonoGame community is a ve...

Navigating Through the File System

12 Jul 2019 1 minute read Jared York

In this guide, we will learn how to work with the file system.  Let's cut to the chase.  We can start by opening the terminal. Now by default, your shell is looking in the home directory.  A shell is a program that processes commands and returns outp...

Updating and Upgrading Packages

12 Jul 2019 1 minute read Jared York

Hey there!  In this edition of my series, Linux Terminal Survival Guide, we will be taking a look at how to update and upgrade our installed packages.  Of course, we will be learning how to do this via the terminal. To begin, let's open our terminal....

Installing and Removing Packages

12 Jul 2019 1 minute read Jared York

Hello everyone!  Welcome to the first post in the series, Linux Terminal Survival Guide!  I'm going to assume you're using a Debian/Ubuntu based Linux distribution.  This series is written from an Ubuntu user, so my apologies if you're using Arch or...