I own multiple steam accounts, and switching between daily is a chore. There have been many solutions to this. Some suggest using a sandbox, others suggest creating multiple windows accounts, and some developed a program for this task.
Everyone solution has its pros and cons. Albeit, this task is so easy to tackle with a CI/CD mindset, and this is my solution to this problem:
First, sign in and turn on the remember password (repeat for all accounts), then run the script to switch between your accounts seamlessly.
Recently, I was looking at my commit messages. I wasn’t able to comprehend some of them. I thought to myself, “there must be a better way.”
Lucky, there is a research paper that addresses this question. “What Makes a Good Commit Message?”
It is the consolidation of:
46 research papers
50 secondary sources
30 expert opinions
A good message must answer these two questions:
Why was the change required?
What was changed?
Moreover, the researchers followed an empirical approach. They constructed a data set from popular open-source repositories and created a machine-learning algorithm to classify good messages based on these two criteria.