Tiddler's Green

As I've mentioned before, I have a lot of ideas flying around at once. Over the years, I have tried many various systems for keeping my thoughts organized in a single place - I've tried various wikis, vimwiki, a simple Git repository full of text files, you name it. However, lately I have been using something new, and since it blows my mind on a constant basis, I thought I'd share it with you: it's called TiddlyWiki.

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Posted on 2016-11-11

Milwaukee Hack 'n' Tell Retrospective

A few weeks ago I participated in a hack 'n' tell organized by RokkinCat and held at Ward 4 in Milwaukee. RokkinCat organizes these because, as they explain in their blog post, Wisconsin is last in startup activity, and I was happy to participate to try and make my home state a better place to work and live.

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Posted on 2016-11-10

Idea Fight!

I have a lot of ideas for side projects, but as most people will tell you, having ideas is easy - it's executing them that's hard and important. While I'm a skilled idea-haver, I am really bad at prioritizing them, as well as executing them.

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Posted on 2016-08-22

Language of the Month - Five Languages In

Due to especially busy summer months, language of the month is on hiatus. Over the last few months of conducting this experiment, I've had a chance to collect my thoughts on the experiment as a whole, and I thought now would be a good time to share them!

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Posted on 2016-08-09

How Does Git Know What Functions Look Like?

While recently skimming the man page for git-log, I came across a neat looking feature for the -L option:

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Posted on 2016-08-03