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I write blog posts about things I find interesting, things I'm working on, or about problems I've faced with the solution I found.

How to set a static IP address on a Raspberry Pi

Setting a static IP on a Raspberry Pi has a lot of benefits and is actually quite easy. In this post, I'll take you through 3 steps to get this working on your credit card-sized computer.

Posted on: April 8th, 2020

3 things to do to prioritize new features

Prioritizing is difficult, but there are some tricks to make this easier on yourself. This post contains a few tips to make it easier to choose the next new feature.

Posted on: April 1st, 2020

How Aloia CMS has made me more productive

Aloia CMS is a CMS I'm currently actively developing, so this post is a very obvious milestone in this process. I love writing blog posts, that's why you see on

Posted on: March 25th, 2020

How to get the verified flag on your commits in GitHub

If you've ever used a Github integration, then you'll now you can verify your Git commits. In this post, I'll go over the steps you need to take to accomplish this for your own development system.

Posted on: March 18th, 2020

My favorite feature in Peppermint OS

Peppermint OS is a lightweight and flexible Linux distribution. I've installed it on one of my laptops to replace Ubuntu to see what it's all about. In this post, I go over one of my favorite features in Peppermint OS that you can use right after starting it up for the first time.

Posted on: March 4th, 2020

Why documentation is (almost) more important than code

In this post I go over some point why documentation is (almost) more important than code for any application. If you want new people to get up to speed quickly and have them contribute quicker, you might want to document the macro, meso, and micro aspects of your application.

Posted on: February 26th, 2020

Building my personal cloud after 4 years

In this post I revisit a blog post I wrote 4 years ago. At that time I was looking at building a home server and predicted some technologies. 4 years later I've finally built the home server and it was easier than you might imagine.

Posted on: February 12th, 2020

Aloia CMS: The road to version 1.0

In this post, I reflect on some of the recent changes I've planned and implemented into Aloia CMS. The release of version 1.0 is close and is all about simplying workflows and getting out of the way.

Posted on: February 5th, 2020

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