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  1. Simple Markdown January Updates

    I barely managed to squeeze these updates into the end of January, despite a busy post-holiday season for me. Simple Markdown is still not polished enough for me to call it a 1.0 release yet, as there are still plenty of rough edges to smooth out, and a few …

  2. WebView Memory Leak

    A few months ago, I published an app called SimpleMarkdown, which, as you can probably guess from the title, is a markdown editor. I had a strange bug that I couldn't quite figure out no matter how much I searched it and eventually I had to put it on the …

  3. Simple Markdown v0.1.0

    In my post on Progressive Web Apps, I opened by saying that I had always wanted to get into Android development but hadn't "taken the time to learn Java and get to it". So, I decided enough is enough and I want to pursue my goals. I recently read through …

  4. Using Git on a Chromebook

    tl;dr sgit + arc welder = git on chromebook

    Anyone who has used a Chromebook knows the downsides of doing so. As a standard user, there probably aren't many, unless you're an iPhone user or a Microsoft Office user (though even Office has online web app versions of its products). As …

  5. Progressive Web Apps

    For the longest time, I've wanted to get into Android development. While I haven't yet taken the time to learn Java and get to it, I have been looking into progressive web apps. They're actually rather exciting. Essentially, they seek to make web apps feel like native apps, to improve …

  6. Vim and Vundle

    For the longest time, I have neglected to put my vim configuration under some sort of version control. I suppose it's not been a top priority for me to maintain the configuration that I've taken so much care to set up until now. Since I started using vim about a …

  7. Recent Downtime

    A week ago I had a bit of downtime, because I decided to switch hosts. Previously, I was using DigitalOcean, with a droplet running Ubuntu 14.04. I paid \$10 a month for a 30GB SSD, 1 CPU core, and 1GB of RAM. This used to be alright for me …

  8. Geeko in the Terminal!

    In this mini-tutorial, I'm going to show you how to customize the prompt to have a colorful Geeko greet you each time you open up the terminal. For someone who spends the majority of their day in the terminal like myself, it's fun to customize it. I personally use zsh …

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