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The blog post I wish I’d found about writing and running shell scripts.
I learned about daemons in a mindfulness course, and recognized the term from computing. This led me to learn about the matriarch of system administration, Evi Nemeth.
Blog posts “from the past”? Yes, this month I will publish posts written months and years ago.
An active month of updates – many content shares, Florida, and half-baked thoughts.
An attempt at a concise, relatively plain-language explanation of the concept of a snapshot test, including an “in the wild” example.
A bulleted list of 2021 highlights and lowlights, but mostly highlights, and a few photos, mostly of plants and food, and some music. 2021 was a year of change and offline activities!
Final chili harvest, PhD applications…complete!, learning Nepali, sort-of learning data science, and racial justice-related links.
This family monster is a classic. Especially in these cold temperatures, the apparent warmth and comfort of the baby monsters is enviable.
What is Rust and what does it have to do with the future of the web? I’ve noticed some buzz about Rust lately and wanted to write this explainer post to share my distillation of the topic.
Peppers, Mexico City, applications, “my interests”, Rise Up conference, miscellaneous other updates and links!
A snippet that I need to remember.
A snippet to drop in the console that will trigger a notice in the WordPress editor (i.e. Gutenberg).
Monsters representing breadth first search, depth first search, and a stack data structure.
In this CSS implementation of FizzBuzz, we can generate beautiful patterns with math!
Fraction iterations in CSS, FizzBuzz monsters, books, more math, gardening, and knee problems again.
Each year, I re-learn the binary number system on my birthday.
Thoughts about math and me, systems and software, Twitter and thought leadership.
Bipartite graphs as monsters: We who are different are connected.