A person/tech/code blog of a coder/techie/person. Like calculus in a kiddie pool, the author of this blog is known to be quite shallow and pedantic.
Good code comments only describe why the code is (or isn’t!) doing something. ...
An adventure with Raspberry Pi, Golang, and small displays.
A quick look at my partner-approved “server drawer”
My adventures in setting up wifi when working from home, working around limitations of my apartment form factor.
Messing with old video from tapes, simple audio corrections, splitting and organizing for the family’s benefit.
On the importance of blameless postmortem culture, demonstrated via its antithesis.
Your test coverage might be very high, but it’s possible that your tests wouldn’t notice if you deleted some code. Let’s check for that automatically!
How I had to fix zimmski/osutil in order to write the Mutation Testing post.
An attempt at explaining שיטת מצליח, a method to take advantage of people not paying attention.
(Hebrew) The tale of my now-defunct android app for fetching public transport information.