If you're a web developer, you probably have some files in your project that you want to keep hidden from source control à la .gitignore. These might have names like .env and they store things like passwords and api keys. Not having source control on those files kind of sucks.
Env Tracker is a CLI tool that adds private source control to your private files so you don't lose them.
Hacker News: Hide Old Comments
A simple Chrome browser extention that allows you to automatically collapse old comment threads when you revisit an interesting discussion.
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Why spend minutes on timesheet logging and invoicing when you can spend hours hacking together a custom data-connector/automation-tool to do it for you? Yes, there are other, existing connectors between Jira and Toggle, but I had some other ideas about user experience and automation workflow.
Jira + Toggl = Jiggl. Heh.
Crypto-Currency Trading Bot
DIY algorithmic and arbitrage crypto-currency trading bot. Also used to explore some ideas I have about market dynamics.
Reach out if you want to discuss strategies!
"Dye Tracing" Personal Data
Dye Tracing is a method used (among other applications) to discover the exit point of an underground river. The general idea is you dump a bunch of dye into an underground river and, well, see where it comes out. (Sometimes people use ping pong balls instead of dye, but "Ping Pong Balling Personal Data" didn't make it past my personal marketing department that I totally have.)
Inspired by the likes of have i been pwned and the "+" sign email hack, GDPR, and recurring news of high profile data breaches, this is an ongoing experiment to answer the question,
"What happens when I put my information online?"
The general idea is to spread a bunch of uniquely identifiable emails around the web, turn off the spam filter, and see what comes out the other side.
If this interests you or if you have some ideas or if you want to discuss, contact me!
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