Learn how to set up Home Assistant notifications for the whole family, with scheduled opt-in/out per house member.
A short wish list of products and features I want to see in future smart home products.
Learn how to embed Mermaid.js based diagrams in Sanity.
Explore the new iTerm2 Python API to automate terminal workflows
How we built a fun LED lighted, internet controllable Stranger Things inspired ouija board for halloween
You don’t need a designer. You need a new way of thinking.
The Internet of Things excites me. It's the part of the future that makes me want to be first in line to get there.
These are the three kinds of people that makes this world an interesting place to be.
Highlighting three of the things I like the most about the Lithium PHP framework.
We’ve just closed the books on the year that was 2012 and started a new, and better, 2013. I think its a good habit to apply retrospection to ones life — and I apply that principle badly myself. So heres an attempt to see what I did with my life in 2012.
So kids, love yourself every day, starting with today, what it takes for you to love yourself today is up to you to find out!
Recently I’ve been playing around with the very promising PHP framework Lithium. In fact we decided to use it at work for some project as well. Documentation is a bit scarce and disorganized, and there aren’t a whole lot of content on the web about it, so I figured i might as well share some of my discoveries.
What are your values? Have you ever thought of what makes you you as a developer? Are you satisfied with them?
I try to always write DRY code, but when under a lot of pressure, with too little time and maybe even over worked I can end up duplicating knowledge throughout a system. And I do get very upset when i realize that I did so later on. Its time to cut the crap.