• consumed content week ending 2-28-20 February 28, 2020

    Still not quite getting the time I’d like to do some serious reading. That being said, this is the first post I’ve done using ox-hugo. Hopefully I can implement some automation with elisp to automatically generate some of my content. There’s still a lot of manual work and cutting/pasting involved.

  • consumed content week ending 2-21-20 February 21, 2020

    I didn’t get as much time as I would’ve liked to read this week, as I’m putting a lot of work into converting my pkm system from Notion to Emacs and org-mode. Notion has been amazing, and has some great features, but I’m still on a quest to reduce friction as much as possible in the process of communicating my thoughts and ideas.

  • consumed content week ending 2-14-20 February 14, 2020

    I’m going to try and keep a weekly cadence of posting everything I listened to, read, or more generally “consumed” content-wise through the week on Fridays. Hopefully someone else finds this stuff interesting or can learn something from it. My goal is to motivate myself(and others) to keep learning, and to keep a record of what was learned and where it came from.

  • 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.