A simple guide to self-host a NocodDB Airtable alternative in just a few minutes, for free.
A simple guide to self-host an Actual server in just a few minutes, for free.
Let the nice robots at GitHub handle sending Venmo requests to your friends.
Widely useful skills & tools you will be asked to use in your career.
The simple steps I would follow if I got to re-do my college CS program.
You don’t have to be a software developer writing code to break into working at a tech company.
I thought sales was a distant concept from compilers and syntax errors...I've been a fool.
Emoji cursors changing based on position? Oh my.
if a genie could snap their fingers and give you 500 hours to spend on anything, what would you use it for?
Confusing the tracking of habits as being enough to build them.
There's only so much time you can spend looking for shortcuts or trying to learn more before you need to buckle down and get your hands dirty.
90% of advice ends up wasted, so stop asking.
If the resume should showcase your skills, why is company pedigree the most eye-catching?
Maintain a toolkit to avoid shiny objects and be a quicker creator.
Removing negative elements of your day can be more effective than optimizing your time to perfection.
Help your friends nab the low hanging fruits of security posture.
Leveraging multiple strengths in concert to make the whole better.
Stockpiling your best ideas for a future audience won’t make you a better writer.
Incrementally remove Google from your life without having to rip it out immediately.
Desiring to be creative, but defaulting to consuming content to the extreme.
Ways to programmatically generate pages from data for Hugo. Automate your page creation.
Are you spending your minutes with intention?
A project person that can't seem to ship ideas.
Plugins to make Obsidian as comfortable as other note apps, aimed at those who want tools that don’t need tinkering.
Lessons in developer experience learned from the best and worst tools.
An engine that unlocks the knowledge already within your company, no matter if it's in people or tools.
A reflection on my failure to build a viable product, so others can learn from my mistakes.
Lessons learned from a couple days spent debugging everything BUT the problem.
Only YOU can see the perfect vision in your imagination. Everyone else can only see what you've published, good or bad.
Let users read a random page on your site. A quick guide on how to add this feature to your site in no time.
Parsing RSS with Python standard library.
Add search to your static site in 5 minutes, the 80/20 effort-saving guide. No dependencies needed here.
The utility of Python Flask routing on a Lambda, without the framework.
Over 9 months ago, I set out with a simple task: paint a 3-D printed Halo Pelican I was gifted. Do I have any experience painting miniatures? Tons, and none.
A college degree takes 4 years, a year or more to write a book, 10 years at the DMV. Facts...or are they? Life has no speed limits, so why treat them as laws?
With a few small tweaks, take the default terminal and make it uniquely yours - then watch your dotfiles evolve as you find new tricks for your toolkit.
Learn how to set-up the Pi-hole ad blocker on a headless Raspberry Pi Zero and connect your Android and Windows devices for maximum adblock protection!
Configure Obsidian for seamless daily notes by adding the Periodic Notes, Templater, and Calendar community plugins.
Most devs don't need a complicated setup for Python, they just need to get running. Leverage a single Docker command to run any version in isolation.
My Year in Review for 25. Ups, downs, and sideways.
A personal theme for my year of 26 to guide me to a fulfilling year.
"If more information was the answer, then we'd all be billionaires with perfect abs."
Do you want to be more than a code monkey? Learn to avoid blunders and become a superhero to your team.
Starting a project is easy. Consistently working on one after the initial energy has faded? Much more difficult.
This is a snapshot in time of the productivity system I use: what it is, where it came from, and where it might go.
My experience learning the language by building a small package.
It's so easy as a developer to dismiss the idea of learning no-code tools. After all, you know how to code, why spend time learning tools designed for those who can't?
Our days are filled with little decisions, problems where it's just not worth searching for the optimal solution. Yet we waste time digging into the details, anyway.
Let's break it down and see how you only need 99 people's support for your side hustle to make a drastic change to your life.
I'm starting from zero with no audience, no businesses, no published projects or big ideas. Putting a line in the sand to look back on, no excuses.
Your piece may be bad. The topic may be over done. It may get ignored. But for the chance your words resonate with someone, write.
We've all done it. You're scrolling through your phone, long past the "just a second" that you told yourself, when it hits you. Time Limit.
Ask yourself, "What did I do today that pushed me towards my long term goals?"
Don't lose your tether to the original goal
There are two versions of your life: the one you are living in & the one you dream about.
A quick list to know you are doing everything you can to endear yourself to your teammates on Slack.
I had nothing clever for 'hackathon', sue me
Don't hate the title hate the game