Ricing Arch Linux - Part 1 - Window Manager

Mon, Dec 12, 2016 — 3511 words — Read in 17 min

So. You’ve decided to make the switch to Arch Linux and you’ve got your Xorg display configured with a little help from the Arch wiki, but this distro doesn’t look anything like you’ve seen advertised!?! Or maybe it does and all you were expecting were a few tty’s… who am I to judge? Anyhow, I’m here to talk about making that barebone system into something you can look at in admiration.


Building a Static Website with Hugo and Nginx

Sun, Oct 9, 2016 — 832 words — Read in 4 min

At MHacks this past weekend I redesigned my website for a more mobile-friendly experience. In the process, I decided I also wanted to create a page for blog posts but I was positive that I didn’t want to do this using vanilla HTML, CSS, and javascript (which is how my previous website was constructed). So I went out on a limb and searched the web for some site generator or content management system that suited my needs.


36 Hours at MHacks 8

Sat, Oct 8, 2016 — 143 words — Read in 1 min

Today marks the second day of the 8th MHacks held by the University of Michigan. Woooo Go Blue! This year, the hackathon is held at the Masonic Temple in Detroit. It’s a very suitable venue for the event. Extremely large. Ample areas to sleep in… if anyone gets any sleep. I came into this hackathon without having a project planned. I still don’t have a project planned. In fact, I’ve resorted to finishing up old projects that I started and never completed.