— Helpful examples of how to use command line programs.
Typora — a markdown editor, markdown reader.
— A nice Markdown editor, for multiple platforms. I use it for journaling, note taking and keeping references. It's not extendable, but flexible in use.
JetBrains Mono: A free and open source typeface for developers | JetBrains: Developer Tools for Professionals and Teams
— A monospace programmer font.
Is it really just sexism? An alternative argument for why women leave STEM
cookiecutter/cookiecutter: A command-line utility that creates projects from cookiecutters (project templates), e.g. Python package projects, jQuery plugin projects.
— cookiecutter is a tool that helps start projects by generating the directories and files that are needed. There are many project templates, but it's easy to create your own.
dgiagio/warp: Create self-contained single binary applications
— I tried this to wrap a C# application I have written into one executable and it worked first try.
The efficiency destroying magic of tidying up
Writing userspace USB drivers for abandoned devices
Build your own react
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Currently I'm testing micropub, microsub and working on Indieweb things.