Monthly Archives: July 2016

Documentation Driven Development

Last week I went to Heavybit Dev Guild and learned about designing for developer experience (DX). This was the first time I had heard of the term DX used, but of course it makes perfect sense. All of the Heavybit companies (including … Continue reading

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Installing LXQt on Debian Testing

Introduction Ever since I read about the merger of LXDE and Razor-Qt into the LXQtproject I have been patiently waiting for it to be available on Debian. Razor-QT was a beautiful, clean, and fast desktop environment, and LXDE has always been … Continue reading

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No Justice, No Peace

I left work today and was amazed at the site of hundreds of people marching down Market St. People of all ages, races, genders, ethnicities, and sexual orientations. Angry, fed up, determined to have their voices heard. It was a … Continue reading

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Using org-mode with Jekyll

Introduction Since my journey into Google Docs’s Hell I have been getting more reacquainted with org-mode for other purposes as well. Traditionally, I have been writing this blog using Markdown and publishing it with Jekyll. I love Markdown, and while it is … Continue reading

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Org Mode To Google Docs and Beyond

Introduction The other day I was attempting to make a structured document. It has been years since I have done this and I have forgotten what a pain in the ass most word processing software is. When I used to … Continue reading

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