From short scripts to well-thought out projects, welcome to the place where I brain dump my ideas into creative writing. I’m not much of a writer to be honest, but I enjoy the flexibility and power that can be conveyed through words. There’s always been a part of me that’s wanted to consolidate my thoughts in one place and just share what’s been going on.
This blog will consist of a bunch of articles relevant to my own life, so expect a bunch of posts related to tech or problem solving!
Sitting on my couch, my roommate approaches me with an interesting question: can you use machine learning to do my homework?
Why do we create aliases?
So I recently decided to revisit the aliases I had a set up in the past on my Ubuntu machine. It was simply something I threw together a while back and I didn’t really care how long they lasted or if the commands were a bit wonky. Now that I finally got around to improving them, it’s time to share what I did!
In this tutorial, I’ll be going over how to connect your Github Pages website to Google Domains and Cloudflare. Before getting started with this tutorial, make sure you have already done the following:
RQ, Docker, Supervisor
In this tutorial, I’ll be going over how to set up asynchronous jobs with RQ and Supervisor running inside Docker containers. It will cover everything including what each of these services are, why they were chosen, and the configuration files needed to setup our environment.
The short answer is that good software design should be taught, but unfortunately is lost amid the large swath of topics in the curriculum. However, these sort of questions are hardly ever black and white, so let’s dive a little deeper.
For the past year or so, makerspaces have been a huge part of my life. I was recently part of a student organization called The Hive and our job was to operate a three-floor makerspace inside the Interdisciplinary Design Commons building at Georgia Tech. It was a big project funded by sponsors, but it allowed me to see the benefits of having such a space on a college campus.
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