Blog Posts

Here you will find various writings on subjects which I deem interesting enough to write about. That typically includes web development, miscellaneous programming with python and the Godot game engine, and linux things.

If you wish to discuss anything you read here, feel free to open an issue over at the Github source of this blog.


  1. Installing Fedora Alongside Windows 10 Dual Boot

    I've recently installed Fedora Silverblue on my Gaming Laptop, the last of my machines running Windows 10. Getting it installed to dual boot took quite a few attempts, so I'll document here how to set it up successfully.

    If you haven't already, you will need to clear some space on …

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  2. Books I Read In 2021

    One of my goals for 2021 was to read more, and I've been fairly successful at carving out an hour and a half per night, five nights a week, to read.

    Here is just a dump of all of the books I read this year, mostly for my own sake …

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  3. Front End Frameworks 3 - Vue

    The third (and probably final) framework I'll be writing my timekeeping page in is Vue. I've worked on a project in the past which was written in "proper" Vue (with .vue files and a npm server), but I've forgotten basically all of it by now.

    Vue 3 has recently been …

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  4. Front End Frameworks 2 - React

    The second framework I decided to rewrite my timekeeping page in was React. It seems to be the most popular framework at the present time, so I would expect it to have a lot of support from documentation, stackoverflow questions, and the like.

    To my disappointment, it seems like it …

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  5. Front End Frameworks 1 - Mithril

    Despite my general dislike for the overcomplicated front-end frameworks, I have found myself on about 3 occasions now thinking they could possibly be an easier way of tackling a particular problem.

    During a small window of not-much-going-on at work, I decided to finally give some of them a try. After …

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  6. Watching files for changes in python with Watchdog

    As a web developer, I like to use less and typescript to make css / javascript a little nicer to work with. Even nicer still is to have a process watch these files for changes, then automatically compile them on save, to make development as streamlined as if you were using …

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  7. Writing a Social Proof Service in Python and SocketIO

    For the unaware, a social proof service is typically an externally-hosted SaaS product which, when integrated with a customer's website, displays a small notification card at the bottom of the screen whenever a person performs some action on that website, such as signing up for a newsletter or buying a …

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