I don't miss Google Reader. Let me say that out loud, and explain why I don't feel the nostalgia that so many seem to find.
This post is brought to you by a Mastodon post, from Italian blogger Paolo Attivissimo back in October,…
I'm going to take a little bit of a contrarian view when it comes to Right to Repair, because I keep hearing a little too unbalanced ideas about it…
While I understand the critiques coming from many of my peers for any "AI" project, I want to provide my personal view on what LLMs *could* do for us programmers in general.
Nostalgia and electronics knowledge seem to go a lot together around. Let me talk about the castle in the sky I would like to have!
Stream of consciousness warning! I'm going to go ahead and try to give a consistent overview of what I believe is professionalism from my point of view.
I'm going to share some of my experience with reviewing code in big tech, and why I miss working with Nathaniel, who has undoubtedly taught me lots!
Let me give you a quick walkthrough to make use of Dev Drive within Storage Spaces on Windows 11. Because Microsoft's own docs fail at it.
I need something to make my personal infra maintenance easier, but I have no time to build it. I'm going to throw it out there as a Free Idea, but I also have another suggestion…
In the five years since I bought my first smart plug, I found quite a few different ways to make use of smart plugs. Let me give you a few examples that we use daily at home.