Welcome to my site. Here are the things I have recently posted about.
Electron has done a lot of good for desktop Linux. Without it, the desktop app selection would probably be much poorer, but many users have complained about the file chooser.
This page used to use Plausible Analytics, but that is no more.
The world is full of contrasting colors: white and black, blue and pink, but what about green and blue?
Today I was reminded of a time that I found the worst website ever in terms of its performance.
Sunday may be the day of the Lord, but the other six days of the week belong to Big Tech.
It has definitely been a while since the last time I blogged…
Recently I changed up the architectural backing of this site.
Welcome to the first blog in a series I will be calling Writing an API Wrapper in C. I’ll be talking about the API client in the first article.
Welcome to my blog. This post is a pretty historic moment for me because I have been trying to create a personal website for a very long time. I figured I would create an introduction blog post to introduce any readers to myself.
Articles from blogs I follow
We’re six months on from forking godoc.org following its upstream deprecation, and we’ve made a lot of great improvements since. For those unaware, the original godoc.org was replaced with pkg.go.dev, and a redirect was set up. The new website isn’t right fo…via Drew DeVault's blog
The Rust team is happy to announce a new version of Rust, 1.52.0. Rust is a programming language that is empowering everyone to build reliable and efficient software. If you have a previous version of Rust installed via rustup, getting Rust 1.52.0 is as easy …via Rust Blog
There’s a reason that we call our bug tracking software “todo”: it designed to track things that need to be done. It’s not designed for end-user support, handling feature requests, and so on. This is a departure from the approach of some other popular forges…via Blogs on Sourcehut
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