7-9 minutes November 12, 2021It's been a while since my last posting and I feel compelled to say some things as well as introduce everyone to my curses project.
A Good Thing of a Bad Example
18-22 minutes May 2, 2020This is the second of two interrelated posts talking about the IDGAF development process, using my setlist management software project as a prime example of what not to do when developing software. This part examines the workflow process itself and the resulting codebase of technical debt.
A Bad Example of a Good Thing
18-22 minutes May 1, 2020The first of two posts talking about some software I wrote to solve a need, which does in fact do its job really well, but because I'm following the IDGAF approach to the development process - the thing is a trainwreck under the hood and you could say I totally get why windows is closed source. This first part talks about why I needed to make the software, walks through the user-interface and other such surface level things. In the next article I will cover more specifically what clear examples of technical debt are shining brightest and how they can be paid off properly.
less than a minute April 14, 2020Taking the Hugo site I made for One State DJ, I'm now re-freshing this personal-slash-info-tech-related site.