In the afternoon I noticed that the Psalmopoeus irminia sling I keep
had molted; I saw the exoskeleton dangling from a piece of moss coming
out of the cork tube it lives in. Because I had an appointment I
couldn't take photos, so that I did in the evening.
In the evening, after I had taken the above photo I also spotted a
cast-off exoskeleton in the terrarium in which I keep a Pterinochilus
murinus sling. On the 12th of this
month it had already
opened its burrow, and I suspected back then that it had molted. And
now I had proof. Maybe I overlooked the exoskeleton earlier because it
was underneath the leaf of a plastic plant.
I also checked on the Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens sling I keep,
which recently also
molted. Because it moved
out of its webbing I decided to try to feed it, and it readily
accepted a pre-killed mealworm, Tenebrio molitor.
5 Types Of ZSH Aliases You Should Know
I use Docker, Kubernetes, and Microsoft Azure every day. That said,
it makes sense for me to have aliases supporting me with these tools
and environments. However, maybe you are using different clouds and
command-line tools so that you will end up with different
aliases. The key takeaway should be that you create and use aliases
to help you get your job done.
Sometimes I find the git diff command a little inconvenient. It
can throw a lot of information at the screen at once. I use git diff not only for verifying my changes before a commit, but also to
review pull requests, or for finding bugs introduced between two
commits. In the situations when you’re looking at a lot of changed
files, having to scroll up and down so much is tedious.