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commit 60dc9245c15d21739d28f7b701942ff0fc27bce9
parent d14d08401b29bdea14c55beb82e30d555fa58143
Author: Yohanes Bandung <bandungpenting@gmail.com>
Date:   Fri,  1 May 2020 15:09:34 +0700

content: adjust tags, and notes title

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Mcontent/notes/01 April 2020 - 2.md | 6+++---
Mcontent/notes/01 April 2020.md | 4+---
Mcontent/notes/08 April 2020.md | 4+---
Mcontent/notes/09 April 2020.md | 4+---
Mcontent/notes/15 April 2020.md | 4+---
Mcontent/notes/16 April 2020 - 2.md | 4+---
Mcontent/notes/16 April 2020.md | 4+---
Mcontent/notes/17 April 2020.md | 4+---
Mcontent/notes/26 March 2020.md | 4+---
Mcontent/notes/27 March 2020.md | 4+---
Mcontent/notes/31 March 2020.md | 6++----
Mcontent/posts/In Search of Good Writing App - Bear vs Ulysses.md | 4++--
Mcontent/posts/In Search of Good Writing App - Part 2, iA Writer vs iVim.md | 1-
Mcontent/posts/Migrating My Blog to Hugo.md | 1-
Mcontent/posts/Trying bs-json and bs-fetch to Publish My Gist as Blog.md | 4++--
Acontent/posts/Why I Positioned Sidebar to the Right.md | 24++++++++++++++++++++++++
Mlayouts/partials/post/notes-item.html | 4++--

17 files changed, 44 insertions(+), 42 deletions(-)

diff --git a/content/notes/01 April 2020 - 2.md b/content/notes/01 April 2020 - 2.md
@@ -1,8 +1,9 @@
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-title: Bought iA Writer
 date: 2020-04-01T20:14:47
 tags:
   - Notes #notes
 ---
 
-This app is limiting in some ways, but nice to have. Main feature is robust, save for iPadOS keyboard shortcut.-
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+Bought iA Writer. This app is limiting in some ways, but nice to have. Main feature is robust, save for iPadOS keyboard shortcut.
+
+Now I both subscribed to Bear, and have iA Writer.
diff --git a/content/notes/01 April 2020.md b/content/notes/01 April 2020.md
@@ -1,8 +1,7 @@
 ---
-title: Idea
 date: 2020-04-01T11:03:28
 tags:
   - Notes #notes
 ---
 
-It'd be nice if there is iOS & iPadOS app to override external keyboard input to emulate Vim keybindings.-
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+It'd be nice if there is iOS & iPadOS app to override external keyboard input to emulate Vim keybindings.
diff --git a/content/notes/08 April 2020.md b/content/notes/08 April 2020.md
@@ -1,8 +1,7 @@
 ---
-title: Mac Shortcut
 date: 2020-04-08T15:27:59
 tags:
   - Notes #notes
 ---
 
-`F11` and `CMD+<Assigned Function on top of F3 key>` can be used to show desktop on Mac. Useful if using external keyboard and mouse.-
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+`F11` and `CMD+<Assigned Function on top of F3 key>` can be used to show desktop on Mac. Useful if using external keyboard and mouse.
diff --git a/content/notes/09 April 2020.md b/content/notes/09 April 2020.md
@@ -1,8 +1,7 @@
 ---
-title: ""
 date: 2020-04-09T14:55:27
 tags:
   - Notes #notes
 ---
 
-iA Writer's _Syntax Highlighting_ turns out slowing my writings and makes them not genuine. Turning it off up until I needed to edit the text.-
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+iA Writer's _Syntax Highlighting_ turns out slowing my writings and makes them not genuine. Turning it off up until I needed to edit the text.
diff --git a/content/notes/15 April 2020.md b/content/notes/15 April 2020.md
@@ -1,8 +1,7 @@
 ---
-title: "MicroManagement"
 date: 2020-04-15T10:05:05
 tags:
   - Notes #notes
 ---
 
-Is telling friend to use shortcut instead of mouse while peer programming considered **Micromanaging**?-
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+Is telling friend to use shortcut instead of mouse while peer programming considered **Micromanaging**?
diff --git a/content/notes/16 April 2020 - 2.md b/content/notes/16 April 2020 - 2.md
@@ -1,8 +1,7 @@
 ---
-title: Springcleaned My Gmail
 date: 2020-04-16T18:40:28
 tags:
   - Notes #notes
 ---
 
-Took a while. I used Gmail's web interface, no fancy desktop mail app.-
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+Springcleaned My Gmail. Took a while. I used Gmail's web interface, no fancy desktop mail app.
diff --git a/content/notes/16 April 2020.md b/content/notes/16 April 2020.md
@@ -1,8 +1,7 @@
 ---
-title: Timestripe
 date: 2020-04-16T02:39:01
 tags:
   - Notes #notes
 ---
 
-I found this beautiful and maybe useful webpage: [Timestripe](https://timestripe.com/).-
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+I found this beautiful and maybe useful webpage: [Timestripe](https://timestripe.com/).
diff --git a/content/notes/17 April 2020.md b/content/notes/17 April 2020.md
@@ -1,8 +1,7 @@
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-title: GoodNotes 5 is now Universal Purchase!
 date: 2020-04-17T15:10:53
 tags:
   - Notes #notes
 ---
 
-Fortunate me, not directly purchase on both platform and just fetch the iOS version instead. The mac app is cool and light.-
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+GoodNotes 5 is now Universal Purchase! Fortunate me, not directly purchase on both platform and just fetch the iOS version instead. The mac app is cool and light.
diff --git a/content/notes/26 March 2020.md b/content/notes/26 March 2020.md
@@ -1,8 +1,7 @@
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-title: New Keyboard
 date: 2020-03-26T14:00:00
 tags:
   - Notes #notes
 ---
 
-Got my new NuPhy NuType F1 that I've been waiting warily from KickStarter!-
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+Got my new [NuPhy NuType F1](https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/nuphy/nutype-revolutionizing-the-laptop-typing-experience/) keyboard that I've been waiting warily from KickStarter!
diff --git a/content/notes/27 March 2020.md b/content/notes/27 March 2020.md
@@ -1,8 +1,7 @@
 ---
-title: Subscribed to Bear
 date: 2020-03-27T21:09:03
 tags:
   - Notes #notes
 ---
 
-Tried **Ulysses** and **Bear**, in the end I choose Bear. I like the Headings representation of Ulysses, though.-
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+Subscribed to **Bear**. After tried **Ulysses** and Bear, in the end I choose Bear. I like the Headings representation of Ulysses, though.
diff --git a/content/notes/31 March 2020.md b/content/notes/31 March 2020.md
@@ -1,9 +1,8 @@
 ---
-title: iOS Shortcuts
 date: 2020-03-31T23:42:01
 tags:
   - Notes #notes
 ---
 
-I made this file, and the block content on the main RSS file with **iOS Shortcut**.
-Multiple actions to open _x-callback-url_ is difficult.-
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+I made this file, and the block content on the main RSS file with **iOS Shortcuts App**.
+Multiple actions to open _x-callback-url_ is difficult.
diff --git a/content/posts/In Search of Good Writing App - Bear vs Ulysses.md b/content/posts/In Search of Good Writing App - Bear vs Ulysses.md
@@ -3,7 +3,6 @@ title: In Search of Good Writing App - Bear vs Ulysses
 author: Yohanes Bandung Bondowoso
 description: I got my first mechanical bluetooth keyboard. I searched for good writing app.
 tags:
-  - Blogs #blogs
   - Apps #apps
   - Apple Apps #apple_apps
 date: 2020-03-27T21:01:33
@@ -48,4 +47,4 @@ Ulysses has line number (or paragraph number, to be exact) to the right of texts
 Ulysses’s subscription fee is more expensive than Bear, at **Rp459000/year** compared to **Rp199000/year**. That’s one consideration point.
 
 ## Conclusion
-I am writing this section on Ulysses, but I know that I will stick to Bear. Personally, I find Bear’s interface to be cleaner and more pleasant to type on. I will always liked Ulysses’s displaying marks to the left of Headings, but that slightly major point can be ignored. *sigh*
+I am writing this section on Ulysses, but I know that I will stick to Bear. Personally, I find Bear’s interface to be cleaner and more pleasant to type on. I will always liked Ulysses’s displaying marks to the left of Headings, but that slightly major point can be ignored. *sigh*+
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diff --git a/content/posts/In Search of Good Writing App - Part 2, iA Writer vs iVim.md b/content/posts/In Search of Good Writing App - Part 2, iA Writer vs iVim.md
@@ -3,7 +3,6 @@ title: In Search of Good Writing App - Part 2, iA Writer vs iVim
 author: Yohanes Bandung Bondowoso
 description: A week with Bear, I tried other writing tool for my iPad.
 tags:
-  - Blogs #blogs
   - Apps #apps
   - Apple Apps #apple_apps
 date: 2020-04-01T18:22:31
diff --git a/content/posts/Migrating My Blog to Hugo.md b/content/posts/Migrating My Blog to Hugo.md
@@ -3,7 +3,6 @@ title: Migrating My Blog to Hugo
 author: Yohanes Bandung Bondowoso
 description: I originally planned to make my own MarkDown parser and use gist as my blog CMS. After researched a bit between static site generator, I choose Hugo.
 tags:
-  - Blogs #blogs
   - Web Development #web_development
 date: 2020-04-15T01:59:34
 ---
diff --git a/content/posts/Trying bs-json and bs-fetch to Publish My Gist as Blog.md b/content/posts/Trying bs-json and bs-fetch to Publish My Gist as Blog.md
@@ -3,7 +3,6 @@ title: Trying bs-json and bs-fetch to Publish My Gist as Blog
 author: Yohanes Bandung Bondowoso
 description: How I spent 4 months to successfully fetch data from GitHub Gist to my blog.
 tags:
-  - Blogs #blogs
   - Web Development #web_development
 date: 2020-03-03T01:47:12
 ---
@@ -49,4 +48,4 @@ It's like rereading the code, but with thrice the concentration because you have
 
 I am currently not too good at blogging. Small chance is that in the future, I will edit this article, and maybe you will submit this certain article to HackerNews.
 
-For now, please enjoy my writings :D
+For now, please enjoy my writings :D+
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diff --git a/content/posts/Why I Positioned Sidebar to the Right.md b/content/posts/Why I Positioned Sidebar to the Right.md
@@ -0,0 +1,23 @@
+---
+title: Why I Positioned Sidebar to the Right
+author: Yohanes Bandung Bondowoso
+date: 2020-04-27T04:57:12
+tags:
+  - Web Development #web_development
+---
+
+A few minutes ago, I opened twitter and scrolled the timeline. 
+
+[[twitter link/ image]]
+
+I `laughed when I read that tweet`. It brings back so much memories of my previous workplace.
+
+Positioning the sidebar to the right reduces distraction when I toggle it. If the sidebar is on the left, the text shifts around whenever the sidebar is toggled on or off. Readjusting my eyes for the moved text creates disturbance to my logical thinking. "Why are you not just leave the sidebar open?", you might be asking. I want to keep the screen real estate wide.
+
+Back then, I often toggle the sidebar because two reasons. First, the project I was in uses **Redux**-**Saga**. Second, I was using **VSCode**. 
+
+Redux-Saga is a great states and IO management for React, I was blown away when I was first using it. Sadly, cannot grok the Redux paradigm easily. I often need to see the file structure when I write new files or refactoring. My current project uses Apollo GraphQL and Domain Driven Development paradigm. I am comfortable using the current setup.
+
+In VSCode, manipulating file must be done with mouse. Using the built in **Git** also done in the sidebar, with mouse. Nowadays I use **NeoVim**. File management can be done easily with text command. If a more complex file management must be done, which is rare, I use **NerdTree**. Versioning with Git is done with the help of **vim-fugitive** which I found less disturbing.
+
+As a closing: if you often toggle the sidebar, try positioning it to the right. That is, if your editor supports that configuration. It might help reduce the distraction when you need it the most.+
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diff --git a/layouts/partials/post/notes-item.html b/layouts/partials/post/notes-item.html
@@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
-{{ $dateformat := .Date.Format "2006-01-02" }}
-{{ $idslug := (print $dateformat "-" .Title) | urlize }}
+{{ $dateformat := .Date.Format "2006-01-02 15:04" }}
+{{ $idslug := (print $dateformat "-") | urlize }}
 <div class="notes">
   <h4 class="notes__title" id={{ $idslug }}>
     <span>