Learning Log, Jul 2020: making moves
Coming out of a the-world-is-on-fire funk: moving neighborhoods, moving pixels around this ol’ website.
Reducing distractions with quiet notification requests
Many people find notification requests annoying or disruptive, unless they can clearly understand the value of notifications in their current context. Quiet notification requests in Microsoft Edge reduces such requests to a more subtle user interface (UI) treatment, so users can stay focused as they browse.
Black. Lives. Matter.
Resources for those who want to end anti-black police brutality in the United States and support those who are suffering most right now.
Presenting this week at Microsoft Build
The flagship developer conference goes online, and I’ll share out some updates from the Microsoft Edge team for web developers.
Learning Log, Apr 2020: day by day
Trying to find solace in learning amidst the stress of the global pandemic.
New project: Good Things, and randomization at build time
A new project listing out all the good things in life, and randomizing content on a static site at build time on Netlify.
Learning Log, Mar 2020: the great indoors
How I’m staying busy in the first month of social quarantine—a learning log for the month of March.
Fonts with open source licenses
Typefaces released with the SIL Open Font License (OFL), for use in your open source projects.
Learning Log, Feb 2020: the Golden Triangle
A trip to India with loved ones, and long-overdue completion of a woven tapestry—learning log for the month of February.
Learning Log, Jan 2020: routines and rhythm of business
Moving back from weeklies to monthlies, and some upcoming goals for February.
Weeknotes #22: swapping out Jekyll for Eleventy
I decide to abandon a project, change tech stacks for my personal site, and learn some Hindi.