Managing personal finances using Python - Sep 16, 2018
Beancount is an excellent piece of software for keeping track of finances using the double-entry system. This post talks about how to use it to keep track of your finances.
Nim: First impressions - Aug 14, 2018
Nim is a neat little programming language that has been around for a bit more than 10 years. I spent some free time trying to pick it up, and talk about my first impressions in this post.
Switching from KeePassXC to Bitwarden - Aug 07, 2018
I switched to Bitwarden from KeePassXC to store all my passwords on a spare Raspberry Pi in my home network. This post explains how (and more importantly, why) I did it.
Setting up flake8 for Cython - Jul 03, 2018
flake8 is a nice little tool for avoiding those subjective "my style of code formatting is better than yours" arguments. This post describes how to configure
flake8 to lint Cython code and end those arguments before they begin.
Sharing files with family in 2018 - Jul 01, 2018
I wanted to transfer a bunch of photos from an iPhone to an Android, but things weren't as simple as I expected them to be. Here's how it went.