Fun projects I've worked on:
A #webring: https://hotlinewebring.club
The Rouge website: http://rouge.jneen.net
A book on #dns and domain names: https://domainnamesanitybook.com/
A site to track GitHub PRs: http://pullfeed.co
#processing sketches: https://github.com/edwardloveall/processing-sketches
A macOS #screensaver: https://github.com/edwardloveall/colorclocksaver
Lightning Talk on #supercollider: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vzspylL9Bh0
Ligthning Talk on #dwarffortress: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1QoH2B_huUU
Any and all answers are greatly appreciated. No judgement whatsoever. Asking this for research on a WIP article:
Do you #selfhost ? If so:
- What do you host yourself?
- Do you use an existing toolchain (Ansible/Puppet scripts, Yunohost, etc)?
- Do you run it bare metal, virtualized or containerized? Which one?
Not that I'm a devout #agile person, but this rings true:
"Agile believes that your customers can’t define the software they want before seeing it, so it’s best to show them sooner rather than later."
From Practical Object-Oriented Design by Sandi Metz
Software Developer at thoughtbot Boston
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