The 10th of October is World Mental Health Day. Mental health is still a huge taboo, even in the programming community, where we believe we’re so open-minded. Let’s change that. October 6, 2017
You’ve probably heard the advice to break your work up into manageable chunks, or to break a complex problem down into simpler parts. This is a handy technique to use while programming as well You write a function to solve a particular problem, and you write it as if any complex functionality you wish for, has already been written. Afterwards,, you go fill in these functions, and apply the same technique. August 26, 2017
I’m in the process of overhauling my personal website. In the process, I switched static site generators. I moved from Jekyll to Hugo. Here’s why I chose it. I’ve been learning and using Go for the past couple of months. Go is a great language, and Hugo is written in it. One of go’s strengths is cross-platform development. It’s extremely easy to compile binaries for almost any platform out there. What that means, is that there’s nothing to set up when using go programs like Hugo, just download the executable for your platform. June 7, 2017
There’s a lot of content out there on how to make your website accessible. But I haven’t seen much on the subject of accessibility to users of screen magnifiers. I’m one of them, and I frequently run into annoying issues on the web. In this article, I’ll give some tips on how you can make your website more accessible to users of screen magnifying software. Disclaimers: This article is purely based on years of using the web with a screen magnifier.