Book Notes: 2022 Books So Far
I’ve been reading a lot lately and really enjoying it! It’s been a mix of fiction and non-fiction, and most of the non-fiction is related to engineering in one way or another.
The magic of `bundle show` for debugging
One of the most handy things I’ve learned this year is how to make this bundler command work for me when debugging.
Doritos and HTML
I have kept journals since I first learned to write. Some are handwritten and sit in a box at my parents’ house, while others are scattered across various platforms on the internet. Online journals are the reason I learned to code.
Changing the IDOBAO ID80's RGB Settings
Recently, I built my first mechanical keyboard. It took forever, mostly due to my inexperience and initial reluctance to do things “correctly.” Namely, I was at first skeptical about the...
Some Thoughts, 3 Years In
I’ve been a software engineer for three years. That feels pretty cool to say. I wish I could go tell my 14-year-old self, who was just teaching herself HTML and CSS, that one day she’d be coding for a living.