My 2020 In Books Reviewed
I’ve spoken before about my fondness for always having a book on the go and 2020 was no different. Thanks in no small part to spending the overwhelming majority of it at home as we wait for the…Continue Reading →
Time for a Change As I mention on my projects page, this site is built using GatsbyJS. Out of the box, Gatsby does a fantastic job of making itself extremely flexible and extensible with more…Continue Reading →
Design is hard. Web design is even harder it seems with an unending choice of frameworks, fonts, templates, etc. to choose from. The design of this website has in itself been in a constant state…Continue Reading →
If you don’t produce, you won’t thrive—no matter how skilled or talented you are. - Deep Work A few days ago I finished reading Cal Newport’s latest book Deep Work and wanted to jot down some…Continue Reading →
I like customising and tweaking things, a lot; and as someone that spends the majority of their time infront of a monitor, I’ve been in pursuit of the perfect desktop-setup for many years…Continue Reading →
A Viable Alternative? The text-editor ed, one of the original three Unix programs written by Ken Thompson, is now almost half-a-century old. The world of Computing has changed to a frankly…Continue Reading →
What’s Ed? This post is not intended as a general introduction to Ed but more for those already familiar with the text-editor that are looking for something to refresh their memory. If you have…Continue Reading →
What’s a makefile? A makefile is simply a file consisting of one or more scripts, referred to as targets, that can be run by the user using the program that is available on most Linux…Continue Reading →
As a Developer and general advocate of all things ‘tech’, most of my my time is spent stationary at a computer. Although this time is certainly well-spent and enjoyable, it definitely isn’t the…Continue Reading →
Welcome to the second edition of the Backlog, an ongoing series where I pick-out some exceptional reads both new and old that deserve your attention regardless of what kind of reader you are. The…Continue Reading →
As I’ve discussed in a previous post, reading is a big past-time for me and something I fervently recommend to others whenever I get the chance. But deciding what to read can be hard, wander into…Continue Reading →
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