A quick how-to on cloning a git repository that you have SSH access to, onto the server that you are currently SSH’d into (or your local terminal).
Welcome to brian.staruk.me
My name is Brian Staruk and I am a 27 year old Web Developer at Racepoint Global in Boston, MA. I've been building websites since 1999, dynamic websites (LAMP) since 2008, and have been a professional developer since 2007.
This website, created on November 16, 2011, serves as my own little space in which I keep notes on various subjects and play around with my latest favorite toy: Wordpress.
A short guide on how to get your Windows machine setup to compile Sass from the command line with Ruby & Compass. We’ll be using Zurb Foundation as an example starting project.
Warning: 10mb+ in GIFs. Not recommended for mobile devices.
This is a command I use quite often for setting up new directories to be used as containers for websites. When creating these containers, I like to organize the contents by putting them into three folders: backups, logs & public.
One of my only gripes with stock Android is that the headphone volume levels are extremely low compared to what I’m used to on pretty much any 3rd party ROM. The good news is that increasing the headphone volume on your rooted Android device is as easy as editing one file and rebooting.
Setting the opacity of a view that inherits it’s color from a hex value (like #FFFFFF) is as easy as inserting 2 new characters in front of the hex.
Today I purchased the domain pricebtc.com and set up a ticker on it that shows the current price of bitcoin.
An overview of the software I use for LAMP development on a regular basis.
Check out the theme I use for PHPStorm, which is based on the default color scheme found in Sublime Text 2 & 3.
A simple guide to changing the Git global author information (name and email address) on a computer via Git command line.