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komali2 15435

Travel, life (in Taiwan), programming (especially my journey from a coding bootcamp to a relatively successful software engineering career for 6 years now), philosophy, motorcycling, digital nomad stuff

Has RSS feed:

Some posts that might interest you:

* A breakdown of all the best and worst snacks at 7-11 Taiwan, as decided at a party where we tested a shitload of the options

* A record of my family visiting Taiwan (a good itinerary)

* How I Write Code, Take Notes, Journal, Track Time and Tasks, and Stay Organized using Emacs

* How I Became a Software Engineer

You can view the github repo as well:
janvdberg 14857

This is mostly a tech blog (Linux things) i.e. public notes to myself.

On my other (Dutch) blog I write every day with travel updates or interesting things I learned from books:
Aissen 14507

HN really liked this article: Awk driven IoT

But there many others that could be interesting:

Making a Twitter bot that looks for hashes

SIGSEGv1 qualification CTF

Bash, so long and thanks for all the fish

Playing with ARM servers in a pre-Ampere era

How remote work pushes you towards engineering best practices

How I traded my first software project:

Winning r2wars 2019

And of course my ongoing Game Gear emulator in Rust series:
nicbou 14373

I redesigned it a few months ago after finding a font I love.
k__ 14307

I write about anything that can help frontend devs to use their skills in the whole stack. Lately, that's decentralization tech.

Wrote more frequently there in the past, but after a year of hobby blogging I transitioned into doing it as my main job and now I write mostly for other people's blogs.

( if you need a "pen for hire")
jakelazaroff 14196 Ҁ” mostly web dev, some politics, some music.
dewey 14103 Blogging about annoying technology at: RSS
kposehn 13804
akkartik 13704

Since 2012 I have a one-track mind. I want a world with:

* hundreds of software products for any need (mostly check)

* that can all be easily modified by hundreds of thousands of people,

* creating tens of thousands of forks,

* publishing thousands of forks

* used by millions of people.

Wake up sheeple! Add more resilience to your software tools! I joined Mastodon in 2018, the Tildeverse in 2020, Lemmy in 2022, Calckey in 2023. Monopolies won't break themselves, each of us has to be willing to think different, try out new things. RSS
pclmulqdq 13683 I kind of fell off the wagon after a strong 2022, but there are a few good ones:
tedivm 13457

Most popular posts- - Using Github Actions OpenID Connect to push to AWS ECR without Credentials - RobҀ™s Awesome Python Template - Getting AWS ECS to work on Ubuntu with Full GPU Support - Telling OpenSSH to Pull Keys from Github with AuthorizedKeysCommand - Multi-Py: Multiplatform Container Images for Python Packages - ec2details, the missing EC2 Instance Metadata API RSS
bayindirh 12988

It's a semi-regular, assorted blog about my adventures and experiences in life. Generally semi-focused on minimalism, computers and life in general.

It's powered by, which is very minimal and a joy to use. RSS
kevincox 12795

Software Developer. Mostly writing about software but also technology and life in general. RSS
cratermoon 12626 The Cranky Developer (infrequently updated)
codeulike 12591 Occasional development blog for things I've figured out that seem worth sharing
DocFeind 12473 my clunky eclectic web face online. slow growing bits of projects and tools, eventual rambles on topics from what i do, made with experimental builds because it's mine and it's fun to play in the codes ;)