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Latest Git on MacOS

MacOS ships with Git by default and it works out of the box, but this version of Git is not the latest and does not receive any type of update, unless you switch to a newer release of MacOS. MacOS updates its libraries once every release this means if you Big Sur shipped with Python […]

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Create a MacOS Mojave thumb drive

Yesterday, Apple announced MacOS Mojave at WWDC. Here is how you can create a bootable MacOS Mojave thumb drive, great for a clean install or multiple installations. You need a thumb drive that is 8GB or above. A working developer copy of MacOS Mojave. Working knowledge of the terminal. This clears up all the data […]

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Rust on Mac

Rust is systems programming language gaining popularity due to its “safe, concurrent, practical language”, being memory safe while maintaining performance is the reason why so many people are adopting it as their systems language of choice, winning the first place for “most loved programming language” in the Stack Overflow Developer Survey in 2016 and 2017. […]