Setting Up Git SSH Key on Windows

I recently bought a new laptop and went through the hassle of setting up Git SSH key again. There are many guides somewhere on the Internet but it’s all over different places and they tell you to do different things with different outcomes. Also, the guide from GitHub is less than ideal as it requires using “Git Bash” which I do not like. So I’m writing things down for my future reference.

Been Rusting in a Ruble

In the past 3 years, I’ve been learning Rust in Decembers for Advent of Code, and each time, I learned something new.

In the most recent Advent of Code (2019), I did not finish all the challenges, but I enjoyed it a lot! My early decision to modularize some repetitive function really paid off in the later puzzles.

The most important concept of Rust language is borrowing. After things have been borrowed, it must be returned. As simple as this concept is, there may be lots of times one get frustrated by the compile errors of the Rust compiler. Oh, Rust compiler is so strict that Rust beginners will be very relieved if their codes compiles!

On Randomness

I believe that randomness is the core of the universe.

Disclaimer: I’m not an expert on the topic. This is personal thought after watching some YouTube videos and reading some books about the origin of universe.

What is the default value of Chrome’s minimum font size?


One fine day at work, I took up a task which involves reducing the font size of a text from the current 12px to 9px. From my experience, this won’t turn up well in some versions of Chrome, as Chrome imposes some minimum font size, when the browser is set to a specific language. This minimum font size restriction, apparently, is controllable at the browser settings (ref 1, ref 2).


I would go and raise this issue to the designer and product manager, but one question popped up:

What is the default value of this minimum font size setting?