I gave a talk at the Boston Python Meetup back in October on using Python to write git hooks. My example was using a git hook to automatically add the titles of the books you are currently reading to your git commits. Why on earth would you want to do this? Well I wanted to do it because I use git to version control my writing, and often times I read my writing and wonder what I was reading at the time that made me write in that way. So it was a git hook that probably only I would use, but it was fun to learn, and even more fun to give a talk about. I'm a big fan of the Boston Python Meetup!Read
Update 12/26— This was nominated for a Pushcart Prize by Flash Fiction Magazine! Thanks Flash Fiction Magazine!!
Today my short story was published! I think this is actually the first short story I've really published. It's nice and short (<1000 words) and was largely influenced by Jesmyn Ward's beautiful writing about a relationship between a dog and a kid in Salvage the Bones. Hope you enjoy!
I wrote about how we built the Digital Hearth at Cortico using a raspberry pi and a phone. Repository included so that you too can build your own raspberry pi powered IoT device!Read
I'm always looking for ways to be more efficient in both coding and writing. For a very long time, I've struggled with forming a writing process that really worked for me. Of course there is never a 'right' process that is going to work for everybody, but I'm fairly satisfied with the one I've come up with so far— for me, at least. It merges some of my coding habits with my writing habits and so there's less context switching when I go from one to the other.Read