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👨🏽‍💻 What Type of Code Did I Write This Week?

From: 14 May 2022 - To: 21 May 2022

Svelte       4 hrs 13 mins   ██████████▓░░░░░░░░░░░░░░   43.15 %
TypeScript   2 hrs 21 mins   ██████░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░   24.06 %
Other        1 hr 16 mins    ███▒░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░   13.06 %

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Recent Blog Posts

  • Hugo: Add Copy-to-Clipboard Button to Code Blocks with Vanilla JS
    November 13 2019 — Hugo includes a built-in syntax-highlighter called Chroma. Chroma is extremely fast since it is written in pure Go (like Hugo) and supports every language I can think of. Chroma’s speed is especially important since syntax highlighters are notorious for causing slow page loads. However, it lacks one vital feature — an easy way to copy a code block to the clipboard. I decided to document my implementation using only vanilla JS since every blog post I found for this issue relied on jquery to parse the DOM, which is completely unnecessary at this point.

  • Packer Template: Amazon EC2 Ubuntu AMI with Latest NGINX
    March 30 2018 — Packer is an open source tool for creating identical machine images for multiple platforms from a single source configuration. Packer is lightweight, runs on every major operating system, and is highly performant, creating machine images for multiple platforms in parallel. In this post, I will demonstrate how to create a packer template for AWS that automatically installs and configures NGINX on the most recent Ubuntu OS.

  • The Periodic Table of DevOps Tools
    March 22 2018 — When I began learning about DevOps software and processes, it seemed like there were numerous tools that accomplished the same task, or nearly the same task without a clear consensus opinion on the best toolchain and workflow. I quickly discovered that there isn’t a single, correct answer, mostly due to the nature of open-source software. The Periodic Table of DevOps Tools is a crowdsourced website that nicely illustrates the current landscape.

Pinned

  1. A simple and robust caching solution for FastAPI that interprets request header values and creates proper response header values (powered by Redis)

    Python 69 9

  2. Accessible, sortable, paginated table component (created with sveltekit)

    TypeScript 1

  3. Boilerplate for a Flask REST API with JWT-based authentication, built with SQLAlchemy, Flask-RESTx, PyJWT, and pytest. This is a companion repo for a multi-part tutorial series on my personal website.

    Python 37 9

  4. vigorish Public

    MLB data web scraper, Python CLI application

    Python 2 2

  5. Customizable progress bar for C# console applications (.NET Core 2.0). Includes a basic progress bar which can be used for any long-running task and a file transfer progress bar that detects when t…

    C# 16 10

  6. Light-weight, cross-platform (NET Core 2.1) C# Asynchronous file server and text messaging platform. Utilizes custom extension methods which wrap asynchronous TCP socket method pairs (BeginProcess/…

    C# 8 7

976 contributions in the last year

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Activity overview
Contributed to a-luna/vig-data, a-luna/vigorish, a-luna/vig-api and 13 other repositories

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