How To Deploy A Docusaurus Website To K8s

First, let me give you a bit of background. At my company we’re looking for a way to create and share internal documentation with a git and Markdown-based documentation service. The reasons behind these choices are that (1) Markdown is simple to use and all the developers know how to use it; and (2) a git-based service will help us track documentation changes and agree on improvements by using pull requests and “doc reviews” before merging any changes....

How To Protect Your Privacy Online: 3 Easy Steps

Online privacy is a complicated topic. Even as an experienced programmer and self-proclaimed privacy nerd, protecting your online data is a brutal war to fight. While I believe that unless you go live in the woods without Internet connectivity, it is impossible to protect 100% of your digital life, we can take some steps to limit what personal information companies can collect and track. What follows is a short starter guide I compiled drawing from years of learning about privacy and tinkering with different apps and services....

How To Choose What To Read

As I've been struggling to choose what book to read next, I decided to use a process that has helped me a lot in the past but have never written down. So here it is, in case you find yourself in a similar struggle: Filter by age. Per the Lindy Effect the longer a book has been in print, the more timeless wisdom it contains. I try to only read books that have been in print for ten years or longer....

How To Start Running

Going out for a run is easy. An aspect of running that I love is that I don't need any special equipment. With just a decent pair of sneakers and some sports clothes, I can just go out the door and get my daily run wherever I may be. The problem, of course, is repetition. For running to become an integral part of your routine you need to make it a habit....

Read-it-later Apps

As a reader and consumer of digital information, one problem I've often had has been about storage and retrieval of links I want to read. I'm not one to keep hundreds of open tabs in my browser so I've experimented with lots of "read-it-later" apps. This year alone, I've cycled through just using my browser's builtin Bookmarks manager to Pocket, Instapaper, and now, WorldBrain's Memex. At their core these apps do almost the same: they provide a browser extension so that you can easily save a link for later, a search box so you can filter through all your links, and they have highlighting features so you can extract the relevant parts of what you read....