Linux: How it saved my old laptop
Linux: How it saved my old laptop. I this post I'm going to talk about my transition from using Windows for everything to using Linux for everything and how this impacted my decision to revive an old laptop that I thought was broken.
Posted on: December 18th, 2019
RSS/Atom feed: Why you should have one for your blog
RSS/Atom feed: Why you should have one for your blog. In this post I talk about why you should have syndication feeds for your blog. You can easily and quickly share your content to many different platforms without doing any of the work yourself.
Posted on: December 11th, 2019
Event sourcing: The single source of truth
Event sourcing: The single source of truth. In this post I'll explain my reasoning for calling event sourcing the single source of truth. Spoiler alert: It is a very beneficial practice for decentralized applications.
Posted on: December 4th, 2019
How to host a lightning-fast website on Github Pages
In this post I describe how you can host a lightning fast website on Github Pages for free. There are several ways of approaching this situation. Out of all the great solutions I describe how to do this with Jekyll.
Posted on: November 27th, 2019
100% test coverage: Why or why not?
100% test coverage: Why or why not? But first, what does 100% test coverage mean? Let's explore the topic in this post and I'll tell you my thoughts about it afterwards.
Posted on: November 6th, 2019
How to write good documentation
In this post, I go through the steps you can take to write good documentation. You can use these in any kind of project and will allow others to help you when you need it.
Posted on: October 30th, 2019