This seems to be a seasonal affliction - restarting the Raytracer Challenge book in Golang
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Applying child raising to code
Oddly influenced is a podcast "about how people have applied ideas from outside software to software."
Pondering 'Respond' being part of the read/write web.
Arguing Waterfall vs. Agile is a nonsense - there are more important things to focus on.
Looking into Kubernetes, some initial command preservation
Replying to Matthias Ott
Working on a roadmap for work, pondering deliverable dates and 'accuracy'
A quick one - how to put entities in input labels/ attributes
Mood tracker, JS embedded in my Blog
Latest code experiment - using Go as an interface between an architecture repository to make visualisations/ reports/ charts.
Exploring creating a GUI for managing my blog on the desktop.
In interesting protocol discussion... but feels like Flipboard
Home page of Colin/ Professor von Explaino. Steampunk thoughts, code snippets, observations, and humour.
Steampunk thoughts, code snippets, observations, and humour. Home page of Colin/ Professor von Explaino.
Compiling for OS X, universal binaries and .dmg files
LimeSurvey uses an older Yii, maybe?
Expanding work on my personal Systray productivity... thing
Scratching an itch - preview images to help caption for gallery
Coded up an automated blueprint-style PDF template
I've built a Docker container that can command-line run Cypress+Cucumber tests
A character sheet for a simplified RPG we've homebrewed because brains no work in the 2020's
Years ago, I used a macro in C and C++ programs to provide information on the current line of code being executed. I used this in error handlers and exception traps in addition to other information. Displaying the file name and line number of a given exception in large projects was often helpful in the speedy remediation of issues.
I strive to use my analytical, organisational and technical skills and experience to facilitate long lasting and enjoyable solutions for a variety of user desires.
Given all the NFT nonsense in DA, pondering shutting down. How to get my stuff off?
You are testing if and only if you are increasing confidence for stakeholders through evidence.
Added colours and a template to my wordcloud
Inspired by Jason Werner, threw together some code to make a wordcloud for 2021
LaTeX is tough. Centering, background imaging, and fonting at once is tougher
That should give us something such as SCORE – Strengths, Challenges, Options, Responses, impacts on Effectiveness:
Another question from the ladyofcode channel members. Exploring how to use an apache server as a reverse proxy, handling dead nodes
A Docker container to run your Puppeteer tests in
Nice little markdown library
jq is like sed for JSON data
Summary of a GraphAPI quick-presentation I did at work
Using the changelog type of file log format for personal changes
This and the subsequent AxiDraw outputs are very cool. Must resist more gadgets!
Working out a not-slow way of getting private Microsoft Team channel membership
The latest in his series on coding a hex-map-game thing in great detail, but the quote at the start...
How to create a systray app in Golang that can pop up fyne windows
Some learnings on moving an app into Django. Database, date, all sorts.
I really enjoy the indieweb has brought back webrings.
When using the shadow-dom, note your testing framework
Doing some more Go+Fyne experimenting. Golang or Go Home.
Working on my parallel understanding with go and sharing mysql connections
Upskilling my MySQL because I need a 6Gig database in my life created in Golang
Including acceptance criteria in a feature
How to crop images fast with imagick