👋 Documenting what I learn and thoughts on what I might learn next.


I am putting all my old blog posts into Hugo… it took a while as I basically have never done a large hugo site. I think I understand the structure of HUGO. I like it uses Markdown. But I wish I had more control over the theme.

February 25, 2024 · 1 min


On a old Dell laptop I have Fedora installed and usually I use GNOME but I also have i3. I love i3. I wish I had it on another computer as I love just having three workspaces and just need something that is fast. They are usually Firefox, Terminal/Alacrity with Neovim/SSH/TMUX and the third workspace is a mix of terminal and browser. I really enjoy i3 and wish I had it on my work computer as its windows and it gets in the way of me being productive....

February 15, 2024 · 1 min


Currently using Alacritty but did try out Warp, but it had to much unused space. I usually use iTerm as my regular Terminal app broke with my NeoVim font settings. Want to have a low power terminal, and be able to try something new. So far I am liking Warp. With Warp, I also found that I didnt need all the features as all you really need to know is TMUX....

February 11, 2024 · 1 min


Been busy with work so that in the evening I don’t have energy to study my online courses. I am finally getting back to online learning after taking about 7 days off. Doing the SQL and Tableau courses are shorter so I really need to study hard to finish them both. I go back to Python on Boot.Dev to keep my coding knowledge stills fresh but I do miss Go on Coursera, as I want to make my website with Go....

February 10, 2024 · 1 min


I think having a part time job would be best way to make time for learning and side projects. I have never had a part time job, so that will be weird. Finding motivation right now is kinda hard with a fill like job that has FTO as i cant control things breaking or projects. I was thinking of barista but i wouldn’t mind having a outdoor job working with plants or some kind sustainable construction job....

February 3, 2024 · 1 min