category: Quick Tip

Plotting a piecewise function graph in LaTeX

I absolutely adore LaTeX generated documents and personally use it pretty much for anything I can. Plotting graphs is one of my favorite thing to do. TikZ library makes it quite easy. To plot a piecewise function, I happened to learn about \tikzmath which I have never used before. Using it, you can define values and also perform math operations. I used this approach to set values and plot the graph dynamically.

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What to do for a better password security and management

“I don’t know that much about cyber, but I do think that’s the number one problem with mankind.” Warren Buffett We should be talking about password safety after 773 million records exposed. I’m one of those people who complain when IT forces to change passwords at regular intervals. It is a nightmare for me to come up with secure passwords and even when I can, I have a hard time remembering them.

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Using Linux on Windows

Linux is arguably the most developer-friendly operating system. From automation to feature-rich text editors, I see Linux as a must for any programmer. Powerful and hackable Linux ecosystem and the huge community make finding solutions to common problems very trivial. If you need to use Windows for a variety of reasons, you are not out of options when it comes to using Linux. Over the years, I have tried a lot of different ways to enable Linux functionality on Windows, some are better than others but all of them have specific use cases.

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