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Welcome to the Dev section of my blog with development related articles.


How a clever organization of Go structs can save memory

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Sometimes I like to take a look at the commit history of various open source projects, applications I use myself or dependencies I use in my applications. Today I was scrolling through the commit history of chi, the HTTP router I use for my blog software.

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Telegram Instant View templates

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A blog follower contacted me yesterday and reported that he had created a template for my blog for Telegram’s Instant View.

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Advent of Code 2020 in Go: Week 1 and Week 2

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Instead of making a post every other day with all the solutions, here are my approaches for the rest of week 1 and week 2 of Advent of Code 2020.

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Advent of Code 2020 in Go: Day 3 and 4

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Here are my solutions for Day 3 and 4 of Advent of Code.

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Advent of Code 2020 in Go: Day 1 and 2

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I decided to publish my Advent of Code solutions regularly (probably every other day) here on this blog. So there are a few more posts with code to read. After all, code is a big part of my life, so it should be more present here on the blog.

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Updated Miniflux blogroll generation script

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Regarding the Go-based script I shared in a previous post:

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My new coding workflow: VS Code + Remote-SSH extension

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I recently rediscovered the ability of Visual Studio Code to develop on remote machines. Just connect to a server via SSH and develop there.

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How my blogroll gets generated (now completely automatic!)

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Yesterday I teased a new post about how I automated my blogroll generation by writing a Go script and using the Miniflux API. Here it is.

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Make your website more printable with @print CSS

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I just added some CSS rules to my Hugo theme to make my blog more printable. Why and how does this work?

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Cache Hugo modules in Drone CI

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Today I modified my theme to use Twemoji for emojis. To add the SVG files to the theme, I used a Hugo module mount in the config of my theme:

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