As I continue applying technology to manage the local ecology at my home, these are my plans for managing hundreds of thousands (and steadily approaching millions) of honey bees.
Seamlessly run your Rust programs under a development container in Visual Studio Code.
My over-engineered Z shell configuration.
While I’ve been working on Tiberium, which sits on top of many separate tools (such as rclone), I’ve had to end up writing interfaces for some of these tools. Today, I released PyClone which wraps rclone using the pexpect package and allows you to query transfer updates from the thread that’s responsible for running rclone. […]
Create a GUI simply, with PySimpleGUI and Homebrew.
Create, test, and publish a Python package to the Python Package Index.
Synchronize development of a local project to a remote destination as you progress with your work.