My first foray into making and publishing a browser extension. Let me showcase a quick extension which adds a button on GitHub's pull request and issue pages that links to tellmewhenitcloses.com populated with data.
We are ever consuming articles on the web. In most cases, the articles that interest me are highly technical and informative. Just like a book, you would highlight the important passages for future recollection. In this post, I present my use of the Highly highlighting service to record, retrieve, and share highlights.
Overtime, you accumulate a set of configurations and dotfiles. To ensure a consistent environments across machines you want to have access to the same dotfiles. I share my synchronization approach along with how to keep the private and public information separate.
I outline changes that I want to implement for my website that will help push forward with: Self-Improvement, Accountability and Transparency. I'll be using ideas like a Now page, AMA, and Progress Posts.
As a developer, I routinely share my knowledge and experiences, however I find that I repeat myself with different individuals. To overcome this, I present a knowledge repository using screencasts for persisted and asynchronous knowledge transfer.