I maintain a small list of recommendations for broadly-accessible, high-quality content that stood out to me.

I have some open-source projects and other personal projects (that I may list here one day). I'd like to do more software engineering talks.

I'm writing The Programmer's Compendium, a repository for my knowledge on Software Engineering. I'm also writing The PiServer Book about a building and maintaining a Linux home server on the Raspberry Pi. Both books are largely incomplete.

I keep a collection of garbage.

Finally, I have written articles (and scribbled a bunch of thoughts) like any good blog:

  1. Backing up a Computer with BorgBackup
  2. Playing my old Wii Games Again on the PC
  3. Using a Raspberry Pi to Show a CCTV Stream
  4. Separating Work from Work from Home
  5. Managing your Command-line Snippets
  6. Running Firefox with a Temporary Profile
  7. The ThinkPad X1 Carbon 6th Gen (2018)
  8. Simple Email Sending on Linux
  9. Running a Single Application Through a VPN
  10. TPM2 on ASRock's H97M Pro4 Motherboard
  11. Firefox Multi-Account Containers
  12. Setting up Radicale on a Raspberry Pi
  13. Setting up Transmission as a service to use over the network
  14. Discovering your Raspberry PI on the local network
  15. Setting up a VPS using DebOps
  16. Getting to Absolutely Zero Email Spam
  17. Fixing an overheating Dell N5110 Inspiron laptop
  18. Why a Replaceable Battery may be a Good Idea for a Phone
  19. Using KeePass Effectively

Excluding the following probably-outdated posts:

  1. Error loading KeePassXC on Arch Linux
  2. Windows 8 Opt-out of data collection
  3. Fixing Windows Explorer Crashing with .Mov Files