Hydrt: helping you stay hydrated
I built a new app: Hydrt. It allows you track how much water you are drinking every day and in doing so helps you meet a daily goal that you can set yourself—all while looking clean and minimal. Here’s how it came to be…
On June 8th, GitHub announced that they would officially sunset their Atom text editor by the end of the year, which sucks. Here are my thoughts on the matter, and some alternatives you can switch to.
A Look at Mastodon
The world leaves Twitter for Mastodon! Well, perhaps not quite, but with all the talk about it recently, I decided to try out Mastodon for a month and here are some of my thoughts and experiences from that time.
My OS of Choice: Linux
I’ve been using Linux as my daily driver for more than a decade and in light of the newest release of Ubuntu, I felt like it was a food time to share my experience so far...
After almost six years, I took another look at WordPress and really tried to dive into it this time instead of relying on yet another theme and a bunch of plugins. This journey certainly gave me some new perspectives...
Let’s Talk about Vue 3 and Change
Vue 3 just became the default version for the ‘vue’ package on NPM, bringing with it a new recommended workflow that I wanted to give a shot by trying it on a new side-project. Here are some thoughts…
2021: A Year in Review
A brief review of 2021; the good, the bad, the ugly…and perhaps a look at what’s ahead.
Creating a bootable Windows USB on Linux
As a full-time Linux user, I rarely have to create Windows installation media, but sometimes I do. While it's definitely possible to do without having a Windows machine around, there are some pitfalls I'd like to spare you from if I can.
On Analytics and Tracking
I have long been against tracking my users, but recently I realised that at least some anonymous usage data could come in handy. Some thoughts—and a solution.