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I've been writing online at various sites since 2003, mostly about a wide variety of topics including web development, tech, food and whatever else I feel like writing and sharing. Feel free to use the search below to filter by title.

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I wanted a simple solution to use Hasura with NextAuth that did not involve direct database.

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Sometimes, you need a admin panel.

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I decided I wanted a nice contact form on this site, that would push directrly to slack via webhook

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It's been almost a decade now that we've all been promoting the benefits of remote work and location independent living.

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I recently redid the Flybase home page.

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Philly Cheese Steak Sandwiches in your slow cooker are exactly what you want

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To survive, companies need to provide something valuable to their customers.

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Poor man's lobster is an interesting dish, and a tasty one.

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Just like the east coast donair sauce, we also have our donairs, this recipe is one I love to use alongside the donair sauce.

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I've been using MacBooks for years, and the model that's always been my favourite was the mid-2012 13 inch MacBook Pro.

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I've been trying out Google's Stadia console since it came out.

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I'm from the east coast, and we have a slightly different style donair sauce we use there

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I wanted an easy way to add drafts in this blog that I can work on easily from different devices, push to the repo and not worry about it going to production.

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With all the latest front-end frameworks — such as React, Angular, and Vue — we’re seeing a cool new paradigm rise. It’s known as component-oriented programming, and it’s all about stitching reusable components together like Lego blocks

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For years, I was one of those Linux desktop users, then I moved into Mac and was a Mac user for over twelve years, mostly I work from the terminal so the unix support was nice.

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Interesting read from Jason Lengstorf about `Yak Shaving`

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Almost everyone does it. I'm not sure why.

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“We just want someone who can hit the ground running” is the common refrain for companies seeking to only consider senior-level job candidates

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Never underestimate the importance of healthchecks ffor your apps

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Ah Daniel-san, you have come in search of ways to be more productive in your day and get more done. That is a wise move, let me tell you about the art of GyShiDo and how it will help you Get Your Shit Done

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If anybody asked me, I have always denied this, and I have hated to admit it but I am secretly a closet Seinfeld fan.

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I used to be just like you. I was one of those guys who had to reply to every work related email as soon as it came in, or check every alert as soon as it arrived.

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