I tend to write blogs less frequently that TIL’s. So they are typically longer and dig a little deeper.
Feedback is a gift. But how do you provide feedback to someone while increasing the chance that the person can hear and maybe even act on what you’re sharing with them?
JSON Schema is an old concept wrapped in a relatively new format. I learned a few things as I was defining a data model using JSON Schema.
In which I finally get to grips with infrastructure as code on a real project while trying to set up identity aware proxy to protect a private app from prying eyes.
This is a lightly obfuscated version of something I wrote for the technical team at Woolpert Cloud Solutions. It reflects the values I promote for the team and my ethos around enabling people to make …
Learning more about JWT as a way to encode claims by getting hands-on with FastAPI, a relative newcomer to the Python family of web frameworks.
Using some open source tools to learn about tax data in Denver.
A short and probably obvious statement for people who studied computer science. But for me is not obvious and took a short bit of reading on Big(O).
Reposting a blog I wrote for Woolpert about digital transformation and the necessary culture, learning, and mindset for a successful and practical cloud journey.
Finally learning more about ssh keypairs and how to manage them using ssh-agent.
asdf as an alternative to homebrew for managing
language runtimes like Python and Ruby. It provides a holistic solution
to the same problem that
rvm solve for specific …