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@distrotube You should definitely review this amazing Linux application - https://github.com/vinifmor/bauh
A GUI tool for managing all your FlatPacks, AppImages, Snaps, AUR apps etc! Amazing tool! Have been using it for the past week now and the experience is great!
@distrotube Hey DT! You should definitely check out this website called https://distrotest.net and make a video about it! Great work on the channel!
(If you've not used it, the Pico-8 is an emulator for a console that never existed. It has a 128x128 resolution, 16 colours, and a strictly limited number of operations per frame to simulate a ~SNES-era CPU.)
The first 20 hours - how to learn anything
1. Deconstruct the skill. Decide what you exactly want to do with skill and break the skill, practice the most important skills.
2. Learn enough to correct yourself. Practice just enough to notice when you do mistakes and get on the right path.
3. Remove the distractions. Disable notifications and remove all the distractions.
4. Practice at least 20 hours. Try to do 20 hours of deliberate practice. Stick with it no matter what.
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