I’ve had lots of small and large coding projects I’ve done over the last 10+ years. Those projects are here: https://thekeesh.com/projectlist/ The issue is, almost all of the projects break over time if they aren’t maintained. They suffer from “bit rot,” where they just degrade over time. This happens for a number of reasons, but software changes, … Continue reading How do you keep personal coding projects working over long periods of time without maintenance?
I’m using a current Macbook Pro 13 inch but to be honest, in the first few days, it is not great. I got a newer machine with 16GB ram and a faster processor since the Macbook Air that I had (which is quite old at this point), was getting slow. But right now, since I’ve … Continue reading A Few Initial Thoughts On Upgrading to a New Macbook
Here’s a few notes for future reference for setting up a new mac laptop. I am setting up a new MacBook Pro (13-inch, 2017, Two Thunderbolt 3 ports), 16GB RAM. In terms of getting our codebase working, we’ve improved that process a lot using a tool called Strap ( https://github.com/mikemcquaid/strap and https://macos-strap.herokuapp.com/ ) — which helps get a few basic things … Continue reading Notes for Setting Up A New Mac
I put together a post a couple years ago trying to compare neighborhoods across cities: https://medium.com/jeremy-keeshin/neighborhood-comparisons-across-cities-200b7bb6f864 I’ve recently put together a simple website/tool that lets you actually go in and enter your own comparisons of neighborhoods between cities, and then aggregates the results. Try out the site here: http://neighborhood.thekeesh.com/ You can select which cities you want to … Continue reading Site for Neighborhood Comparisons Across Cities