My writing is divided into three categories: tutorials, notes, and blog posts. Tutorials are self-contained guides focused on solving problems and building things. Notes are references on things I have learned. Blog posts are more personal writings on a variety of topics that I find interesting.
Jekyll is a static site generator that offers both a great starting point for learning web development as well as building and maintaining static sites across all scales.
Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) allows applications to communicate each other. They provide a standard for unrelated applications to interact with each other.
These notes taken together form a literature review of the current landscape of personal development advice.
Summaries and reflections from books that have influenced me.
Long-form writing on things that interest me.
Weekly newsletter with updates on what I have been working on and useful things I have learned.