- How to Find Your Browser Developer Console
Debugging web applications can be tricky. Accessing your browser's developer console is the easiest way to see what's going on with your application.2 min read - Mar 22, 2020
- Donate Your Unused CPU Cycles to Fight Coronavirus
Here's how you can donate your unused processing power to fight the coronavirus.3 min read - Mar 15, 2020
- How to Set Up Hugo on Pop!_OS
How to install Hugo static site generator in Pop!_OS Linux3 min read - Mar 3, 2020
- Create Your Own Blog for 5 Dollars a Month
Here's how you can create your own static blog with Digital Ocean, Hugo, and FreeBSD.6 min read - Feb 29, 2020
- Stop Fearing the Whiteboard. Conquer It.
It's time we stopped fearing, complaining, and arguing about whiteboard coding interviews. Let's conquer them.5 min read - Feb 22, 2020
- Can you use FreeBSD for a Developer Machine in 2020?
FreeBSD has been around for decades. Is it still relevant as a development machine in 2020? I find out.10 min read - Feb 19, 2020
- Getting Started with WSL
Curious about how to run Linux inside of Windows? Here's how you can get started with Windows Subsystem for Linux5 min read - Feb 15, 2020
- Become a React Developer in a Weekend
If you want to be a React Developer, there's a lot to learn. You can get started in a weekend. Yes, in a single weekend, you can learn React and start developing some cool applications!4 min read - Feb 7, 2020
- Raspberry Pi 4 Dev Server
In this tutorial, I will show you how to set up a Raspberry Pi 4 as a development (or testing) server. You can use this as a place to push your code and test it in a web browser. For the demo, I'll use a React application, but with a few modifications, you can build just about anything with it.9 min read - Feb 2, 2020
- What's the big deal with Pop!_OS?
Everybody's talking about Pop!_OS but is it a good Linux distro? Is it the right choice for developers?7 min read - Jan 25, 2020