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Zach Lysobey committed Sep 20, 2019
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path: "/2016-05-01-books-for-a-js-developer"
date: "2016-05-01"
title: "Books for a JavaScript developer"
tags: ["javascript", "books", "programming"]

*NOTE: originally hosted at*
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path: "/2018-07-21-hello-world"
date: "2018-07-21T21:41:05.474Z"
title: "Hello World!"
tags: ["programming"]

This is my first post, just trying out this cool `gatsby-transformer-remark` plugin via this tutorial:
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path: "/2018-07-24-code-samples"
date: "2018-07-24"
title: "Code Samples"
tags: ["programming", "gatsby"]

I can now syntax highlight my code samples in MarkDown blogposts via [gatsby-remark-prismjs](!
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path: "/2018-07-25-cow-log"
date: "2018-07-25"
title: "Cow Logging and Acoustic Metal"
tags: ["programming", "shell"]

Today (the 24th really), I worked from home. And I created some stuff after work!
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path: "/2019-01-21-truffle-solidity-tests"
date: "2019-01-21"
title: "Leveraging a Contract's ABI in truffle/solidity tests"
tags: ["programming", "blockchain", "ethereum", "testing", "solidity", "truffle"]

Recently I've been writing a lot of *solidity* code for "smart contracts" on the Ethereum blockchain. Specifically using the [*Truffle* framework](
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path: "/2019-06-20-blockstack"
date: "2019-06-20"
title: "Building a Blockstack App"
tags: ["programming", "blockchain", "blockstack"]

> Long time no see, Blog.
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path: "/2019-07-07-blockstack-part-2"
date: "2019-07-07"
title: "Building a Blockstack App (part 2)"
tags: ["programming", "blockchain", "blockstack"]


> Make sure to read [Part one](./2019-07-07-blockstack-part) of this project / blog post first.
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path: "/2019-07-22-note-utility"
date: "2019-07-22"
title: "A fun little CLI utility for writing markdown notes"
tags: ["programming", "shell", "cli", "markdown"]

I just made a fun command-line function to easily create markdown notes from the command line.
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path: "/2019-08-29-git-merkle-tree-fun"
date: "2019-08-29"
title: "Having some fun with git commit hashes"
tags: ["programming", "git", "cryptography"]

I've been brewing a fun idea for a while, and think its time to get a start.
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path: "/2019-08-30-enjoying-unemployment"
date: "2019-08-30"
title: "Life as an unemployed software developer"
tags: ["programming", "personal", "blog"]

I left my job at AlphaPoint, and have been unemployed for most of August. There are more than one or two reasons for this move, and some nuance which I won't be touching on here (ask me if you're really curious). This post is to shed some light on what I have been doing recently, and the choices I'm in the process of making.

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