21
May
YouTube Screen grab

Trying New Things: Video Editing

Quarantine has been a crazy ride of ups and downs for me these past few months. I accept the fact that I’m human and go through all the feelings that we do. I’m currently on an upswing, feeling good, and the creative part of my brain is bugging me to learn something new. I’ve decided […]

4
May
MacBook Pro showing programming language

Resource: How Can I Learn to Code?

Recently I’ve been asked a couple of times where someone can learn how to code. It all depends on what you’d like to do! For me, I had a tech background so was interested in the full stack. From front end–design, UI, how the website looks and feels, as well as the backend–how the website […]

27
Jan
Gatsby and Nelify logos

Gatsby with Netlify CMS

I’ve seen a few developers on Twitch create their own blog or CMS for their portfolio as as a part of the portfolio itself. For my professional site, I’ve decided that since I wanted to play around with React, yet still have a professional blog with information on what I’m learning about, using Gatsby would […]

19
Jan

My Mac Terminal Setup

I wanted to show the terminal setup I use for my dev environment. I have the same setup whether I’m on Mac or linux (Ubuntu) – but below is the setup I like to use on my Macbook Pro. iTerm2 Instead of using the default terminal that’s built into MacOS, I love to use iTerm2. […]

13
Nov

First Hacktoberfest Complete! 🎉

This year I had a goal to finally complete Hacktoberfest, which is an online hackathon where you contribute to open source projects. In the beginning of October, I reached out to my various discord coding communities for some project contribution ideas and was able to complete 4 small pull requests! The simple projects I did […]

7
Oct

Kicking It Old School – IRC with Irssi

Lately I’ve been on this kick of going back to the days before social media. Partly because of my break from live streaming, discord and Instagram, and partly because I still like the old school way of doing things sometimes – the early 2000’s were my peak IRC chat/linux days, so it left me feeling […]