|Nov 15, 2021||Thermal Throttling Mac Intel Woes|
|Jan 20, 2021||Ensuring Profile Environment Variables Available to Intellij|
|Jul 24, 2020||setting default open with on macOS|
|Jun 24, 2020||2020-06-24T16:03:49+00:00|
|Jun 18, 2020||My Experience Switching To A Macbook Pro From Windows|
|May 19, 2020||2020-05-19T17:27:31+00:00|
Migrating from Windows 10 to macOS for professional use this week. So far the most painful things have been:
- Pretty rough experience getting displaylink to work, definitely not as plug-and-play as Windows.
- Shortcuts! I’m a serious shortcut fanatic. The difference in control/command/alt usage on on a mac is painful to my muscle memory and coding flow. Trying to not remap to windows based keys, but it’s been hard.
- Window management. I’ve used divvy and tried some other’s, but seriously, the lack of window snapping and aero peak is pretty glaring as a new user.
Other than that, so far have most things up and running, and forced myself to do it through Ansible to learn something new. I now know I could setup my macbook 90% of the way in minutes with Ansible, so that’s a win!