I continued working on "Hide Comments Everywhere" this weekend. It's been fun learning and building. Try it out and let me know what you think! Here are a few interesting things I learned this weekend.
I finished writing an extension for Chrome to hide comments. Can't do something like this without learning something new though! Here's a few of the more interesting things I learned last week.
Frequently, when I read an article from a major news outlet or watch a YouTube video, I find the comments far more upsetting than the content. Here's a new Chrome extension I created that hides many comments, and what I learned in the process.
We all have our favorite web browser with our favorite extensions loaded, but have you ever considered writing your own? In the past few months I've created a couple extensions to suit my own needs. Here's what I've learned!
This blog runs on the Ghost platform, and I've done a bit of customization to the styling. Nothing major. I was mildly surprised when I ran a "ghost update" the other day and suddenly my custom themes and scripts were just gone! Luckily I use DigitalOcean (a great provider, if
An API is an Application Programming Interface, but what's that really mean? In a more practical sense, it's one programmer hiding the (possibly messy) details of their own code behind a nice veneer, in order to make it easier for another programmer to consume it in their own program.
Last month at the AkronCodeClub they selected the magic square kata, which was a new one for me. Basically, you arrange 9 unique numbers in a 3x3 grid such that they add up to the same number horizontally, vertically and diagonally. I paired up with someone else who knew C#
The concurrent programming in Erlang course ended this week. It's been informative. There's been a ton of resources shared (both in the course itself and in the comments), but wow I was spending much more than the 5 hours a week they said to expect. That's a good thing though