Building a product part 2

On the last post we created our MVP, setup our Gitlab repository, setup our hosting on Vercel, and pointed our domain to Vercel. It sounds like a lot and it kind of is, but the point was to just get the most minimal app deployed. This serves as the band-aid…

Building a product (whenarethefights)

Photo by Hal Gatewood / UnsplashI've been meaning to rebuild When are the fights and I keep getting stuck worrying about where the data is going to come from, how cool I can make it, and if I want to use any new technologies. I decided I didn't care anymore and…

Update on 250,00 #1

I started trying to do this challenge without any sort of schedule or plan. I just started writing about whatever came to my mind. The problem with that thinking is it really only works for tweets and small paragraphs. I was stuck just getting half-baked idea on the page. Problems…

Setting up a Raspberry Pi Cluster

For whatever reason, in my head, running software on a raspberry pi is a lot cooler than running it on my macbook. I have one running pi-hole and a couple others just lying around, so I thought of something to use them for. I have a couple web scrapers running…

My Remote Workflow

I love my 2012 Macbook Pro. It got me through school, helped me learn JavaScript and Python, got me my first full time tech job, etc. I took it everywhere and used it all the time, but it started to get old. JS libraries and frameworks began to become extremely…

The road to 250,000 words

Im not even sure where to start, but 250,000 / 350 = ~715 so that sounds ¬†kinda doable. So the thinking is that I write around 715 words a day and by the end of the year, I will have written 250,000 words. I'm sure most of it will be…

My last year with a side project

I started https://whenarethefights.com a year ago now and it kinda flew by. It all started out with a post on Reddit and I was completely shocked that more than just me had a use for it. I ¬†was immediately starting to think of ways to improve the site…

Setting up git autocomplete on mac

Mac's git doesn't come with auto complete, which is obnoxious, so I just run this is on my new systems. You don't have to do it this way and just piece it together for yourself using the git site like I did.pushd curl -O https://github.com/git/git/…