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Neat. Even Chromium on Linux got the redesign.

Nearing the end of a massive rewrite of a core codebase running on our wearable device. We use the same code to reprocess sensor data in the cloud at the end of a worker's shift. I can now reprocess 10 hours of data in 21 seconds instead of 5 minutes. Direct EC2 savings!

Got my live coding talk for a TCP and HTTP enabled key-value database done in 226 lines of code.

Testing algorithms that work with biomechanical data of human movement is really fucking hard.

It's Friday and you know what that means...

Homework for and website updates.

Oh and ice cream.

I didn't make it to 2018, but my good friend @euforic@twitter.com was so kind to send me a care package!

Big hug buddy!

I bet a lot more documentation would occur outside of instant chat if we used .

Now that #FreeBSD updated the lang/go port to 1.11, #HardenedBSD will be able to compile #golang applications as PIEs to take full advantage of ASLR. I've submitted a ticket in our ports bug tracker to track the progress: github.com/HardenedBSD/hardene


Diving into some today. I got device auto-registration and provisioning figured out. Now for the easier part of just pub/sub-ing messages.

It's one of those days where I hate all software and I want to be a lumberjack.

I drove 15 north from my house and ended up in 3G territory. Send help.

Boom! I did it. I finally wrote the blog post that so many people wanted me to write.

It's called "The Tools I Use To Write Books" and if you read it, you'll not only find out what those tools are but also, spoiler, why none of them matter.