First Useful GitHub Repo
I have been working on learning some different areas of tech. It is kind of a pairing with my study of the AWS environment. I have been seeing more and more development in the programming area in the areas that interest me. I don’t have much interest in sitting in front of a keyboard and banging out code, but I do want to make some interesting cyberspace objects that can do my bidding.
One of websites I have heard about for some time is GitHub. GitHub is used by developers to share and collaborate on their code. At this time, I don’t have a lot to contribute but I wanted to start to get familiar with the process.
As of this writing, I have one useful repo on GitHub. It is called MSFT-utilities. I will put the scripts I make to streamline the Microsoft products that I use. The two .reg files are using to clean up the left panel of windows 10 file explorer. One removes the shortcut to One Drive and the other does the same for Creative Cloud Files.
In the future, I will try to be better in automating what I do at home and make a script rather than just doing a one-time change. It should be fun to see what I can make.
The link to my GitHub profile is: github.com/phrenzy