This post is 50% housekeeping and 50% devops, and something that normally wouldn’t warrant a blog post but I’m still getting over last week’s vacation and didn’t want to wait another week before posting new content. I promise that next week’s post is going to be more substantive.Continue reading "I moved jws.dev off of keybase"
Last year, I wrote the post “My preferred tools for coding” and I figured that this was a good time to update that list. A lot of this stuff is also listed on the resources page of my main website.Continue reading "My prefered tools for coding (2021 Update)"
Previously, we have looked at the plan for the State Parks app and how I used a Google Sheets document as the back-end for the thing. The next step is to set up a new git repo and hosting. In an earlier day, I might be spinning up a DigitalOcean or Google Cloud VM but …Continue reading "State Parks App: Hosting and Code Management"
Back in 2011, I wrote few short posts about what I install right after reinstalling windows. I figured that 9 years is enough time between these kinds of posts. This time, I’m going to go over my prefered tools for writing code.Continue reading "My prefered tools for coding"
This is going to be a very quick post. It is more to remind future me than anything. Did you change your password on your gitlab (or github) server? Do you now get “remote: HTTP Basic: Access denied” when you “git push origin”? If you “git remote show origin”, it will ask for your credentials …Continue reading "How to fix “remote: HTTP Basic: Access denied” in Git"
Vuepress is a really cool static site generator. I have been using it for jws.dev for months, now. In the case of jws.dev, I am hosting it on keybase but I recently discovered Render and it is able to do some things that I can’t do as easily with keybase. Render has a free tier …Continue reading "How to deploy a Vuepress website for free, using Render"