I don't write regularly about what I've read/listened to anymore. I found I wasn't getting the cognitive benefit for the time invested.
These will more likely be rants or one-off "how-tos".
how I auto publish posts
March 18, 2020
My ongoing focus has been an emphasis on reducing as much friction as I can in writing and publishing. The consideration of ideas and knowledge, and translating them to my own words and mental models, still has a lot of value.
what i use
February 11, 2020
I’ve always been interested in what people “use” to carry out knowledge work. Input devices, IDEs, ergonomics(very important for a variety of reasons), scheduling, task management etc… I spend a lot of time poring over various threads and blog posts, looking for anything that I can integrate into my own workflows to potentially improve my productivity.
deploy aws lambda functions with aws-sam-cli and travis-ci: part 2
June 8, 2018
In part 1 of this series, we created a basic serverless function with AWS Lambda. In part 2, we’re going to use GitHub and Travis-CI to set up a continuous integration workflow. If you completed part 1 successfully, you should have a working AWS Lambda function.
deploy aws lambda functions with aws-sam-cli and travis-ci: part 1
May 22, 2018
As serverless computing makes its way into the toolbox of more engineers and developers, the need for streamlined development and deployment options grows in importance. This 2-part series will share a basic workflow I’ve developed for developing and deploying serverless functions to AWS.
the verdict is in: remote work ftw
May 11, 2018
Remote work is dead. Remote work is not dead. Wait, no it’s dead again. No wait we’re just kidding, it’s totally awesome. It seems the techo-literistas have swung back and forth between pronouncing the death of remote work, and singing its praises.