My thoughts on what I'm building and learning.
2 weeks ago · 1 minute read · 20 views · 2 likes
Adding Giscus and Getting Back on Track
I recently integrated giscus into my website and blog. For those unfamiliar, giscus is a comment system fueled by GitHub discussions. It's a neat tool that turns the comments section into a more engaging platform, allowing all of you to share your insights directly on the blog posts. Setting up giscus on my site was relatively straightforward – a bit of code here, some adjustments there, and voila. But behind this simplicity is a powerful mechanism that brings a whole new level of interactivi...
31. December 2022 · 2 minute read · 126 views · 4 likes
Reflecting on My Goals for 2022
It's already the end of the year, and it's time to reflect on my goals for 2022. Here are the goals I set for myself at the beginning of the year: Release my blog Learn to read faster and type faster Create an active open-source project Create a SAAS Grow my presence online Get rid of "projects" I do not have time for Learn more about PestPHP, TALL stack, and databases This was mentioned in this tweet....
21. December 2022 · 1 minute read · 177 views · 5 likes
Balancing Work and Vacation on Your Birthday
Even though I'm on vacation and celebrating my birthday with my family at the cabin, I also have to be available for work as I'm on call. It can be a bit stressful to always be ready in case of an emergency, but I understand that being on call is a necessary part of my job and it's important for me to fulfill my responsibilities. To strike a balance between enjoying my vacation and being available for work, I've set boundaries for myself. I designated certain times of the day when I'm availab...
17. December 2022 · 41 minute read · 252 views · 13 likes
Exploring the Different Git Workflows: Feature Branch, Gitflow, and Fork and Pull
Git is a version control system that allows developers to track changes to their codebase and collaborate with others on projects. There are several types of workflow within Git, including the feature branch workflow, the Gitflow workflow, and the fork and pull workflow. The feature branch workflow involves creating a new branch for each new feature or piece of work, while the Gitflow workflow involves creating long-lived branches for active development and stable, release-ready code. The for...
8. December 2022 · 3 minute read · 115 views · 6 likes
Review: '21 Tesla Model 3 after 10k km
For reference I drive a Tesla Model 3 2021 Long Range Dual Motor with Enchanced Autopilot, and I previously owned a 2014 Tesla Model S 85, non-AP but with OP (OpenPilot) from 2017 until 2020. If you're considering purchasing a Tesla, one of the questions you may have is about the vehicle's durability and performance after driving for a significant distance. After all, 10,000 km is a lot of mileage for just owning it for a couple of months, and you want to be sure that your investment will hol...
12. October 2022 · 4 minute read · 502 views · 14 likes
Merging Two GitHub Accounts
There is unfortunately no easy way to merge two accounts into one on GitHub. Since I was doing so myself a while back and now a few people have asked me how to do it, I thought that I could just write up a quick guide on how to do it. Disclaimer: I am in no way responsible for the changes, you will be 100% responsible for the changes you make to your account(s). TL;DR? Jump down to "Your Most Priced Possessions"-section! Ok, so let's start with what you can expect t...