Building little tools for greater progress.
At Calaxy, we built our landing page in Webflow, a no-code website builder.
This post will be really short1 but my team, the fine folks at Calaxy, are allowing me to write about the things I am learning, about the team, contributing to open source projects, as well as building prototype apps on my own time.
So I’ve found employment for the first time since March 2020. It is a contract with a pretty cool startup. I’ve been working there for two weeks now. The contract is for six months with an option to hire if more funding comes around. In the meantime, check
Sometimes it’s just easier to know thyself.
I wanted to show that I could build something, even if it was small, on my own, with little guidance. Ben Halpern started a thread about his generator on DEV and I took his scaffold and ran with it.
Real artists ship so that’s what I vow to do from here on in.
A theme, a static site generator, and an animation library walk into a bar…
I’ve recently discovered the ZettelKasten Method for researching and taking notes. I first heard about it when I signed up for Roam Research a note-taking tool for networked thought whose popularity is skyrocketing. I got in right before the servers crashed and they had to make Roam an invite-only
Exploring Gatsby for self-expression.