I created a quick Python program that I aptly named PylintMultipleFiles to allow Pylint (code quality analyzer) to parse multiple .py files which creates a .txt report for each file. I created this as Pylint, for some reason, does not easily allow for this capability. This is because Pylint is mainly looking for Python modules not .py file names!
The code is open source under the BSD 3-Clause license.
AskUbuntu.com: How to Stream Hulu & Netflix on Firefox in Ubuntu 16.04 LTS
When using the newest Ubuntu 16.04 LTS release it can be difficult to stream Hulu and Netflix video via Firefox. I've figured out an easy workaround to get things fixed, which I posted to an AskUbuntu.com question.
* Note: You can also use Google Chrome to get things working. Although this may be a quicker workaround, I try my best to support Firefox as the project is more true to the open-source philosophy than Chrome.
Answers.com: Understanding the Difference between Bits, Bytes, KB, and KiB
I've provided a pretty good explanation on Answers.com of the terms bits, bytes, kilobytes (KB), and kibibytes (KiB) as there's still much confusion surrounding these meanings. Seriously, IT people need to stop using KB when they really mean KiB! Argh.
Geeky IT Advice: Disable Banshee Pop-Up Notifications on GNOME Shell 3 (Linux)
I created a quick article that shows you how to disable pop-up notifications while using the Banshee audio/video player on GNOME Shell 3, such as on Fedora 20. It is quick and painless.
Geeky IT Advice: Sharing Steam Games on Two Different Linux Distributions
Are you a Linux nerd, by that you use two different distros on your PC? If so, do you play games via Steam? If this is the case, I wrote a how-to that explains how you can save lots of storage space by sharing your games' data files across both distros! It's easy.