July was mostly a good month for me. A small medical mishap, but otherwise a good month.
I've been tweaking my site here and there and the one thing I recently did was change how I populate my 'likes' page. Previously I had been doing it manually, but recently after having listened to the founder of Feedbin on the Changelog Podcast, I decided to try something different. I wanted to use a nice feature Feedbin has to make the page better.
Delved a lot into C# and .NET this week. Also a great discussion on Plain English about the current state of Crypto.
Some articles about C#, SQL and looking at local newspapers.
I've been finally catching up on my (all-too-massive) podcast backlog and figured I'd place a shout-out to the podcast Chats with Kent.
This week we look at a lot of web dev articles as well as some amazing photos from the JWST.
This week we look at a lot of CSS web development and some background on GoldenEye for the Nintendo 64.
I can't believe the first half of 2022 is already over. Another month has come and gone and I'm not sure what I have to show for it.
Didn't get to much reading this week, but a little bit on CSS, Apple's issues with WebKit and iOS, and women and grunge.
One of the things I needed to do recently was write unit tests for one of the pages of Digital Family Cookbook where I pull a value from a query parameter in the URL. I ended up having some trouble with it so I figured I'd share what I did to get it working.