While making a series of changes to my dotfiles this weekend, I decided to retire my aging install scripts in favor of using a ready made dotfiles manager. I chose to use Dotbot. Reader, let me tell you: Dotbot is really nice! Dotbot is a little bit like ansible, but way lighter weight. It uses a YAML file to configure how your dotfiles should be linked in your home folder...
👋🏻 Hey! I’m Elise and I use she/her pronouns. I’m a Rubyist, cyclist, and trans woman living in Denver, CO.
I’m the host of The Ruby On Rails Podcast.
I’ve worked in the security, payments, and consumer electronics industries. View my full resume here.
In my spare time, I enjoy cycling, cooking, and reading.
I keep a list of the tech I use here.
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