Adding the Hyperlegible font to this blog

posted on in tools , frontend

Adding the Hyperlegible font to this blog required me to flex a few frontend muscles which I haven’t used in a while. Here’s how I did it.

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Two weeks collaborating with a machine

posted on in github , copilot , ai , tools

Non-clickbait title: I’ve been using GitHub Copilot for two weeks, and I loved it.

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GoAccess is a great log parsing tool

posted on in goaccess , tools , i use this , logging

A year ago I wrote about analyzing Planet Golang’s traffic with Julia. It was cool as an experiment, but I wanted something that I could run quicker, everywhere, and without depending on a single log format. I found GoAccess.

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I love Tailwind CSS

posted on in frontend , tools , css

I’ve been disconnected from frontend work for a while - my work on data at Measure Studio seldom requires me to poke in there. However, in working on several side projects I had to brush up on my FE chops a bit. A friend pointed me towards Tailwind. I struggled to understand it at first, but once it clicked - it was glorious. I love Tailwind CSS.

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Things I use: Tridactyl

posted on in tools , i-use-this , tridactyl

I’m on a quest of sorts, a quest for max home row time for my fingers. I’m using various tricks to make my computer easier to operate without ever touching a mouse. Enter Tridactyl, vim-like navigation for your Firefox.

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Things I use: tmux

posted on in tools , i-use-this , tmux

tmux is an absolutely fantastic piece of software, and one I use daily - even to write this blog! So, here’s my short letter of appreciation to tmux.

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