Rapture in Everything

C# keeps getting better! Probably!

I've discovered C# and Python around the same time. I think C# 3 was new then, which places it... some 14 years ago. (😱😱🤯) Over the years I've used both, for hobby projects as well as professionally (Python professionally only a little, though.) I tended to use C# for more complex projects (like the book club app, Obskurnee) and Python for simpler stuff (such as csv-to-sqlite), one-off scripts and the like. I've also attended a handful of conferences for both, and the Python ones were always better in all significant ways. When it comes to the languages themselves though, I've recently...

Rec: A Collection of Unmitigated Pedantry

Check out the blog "A Collection of Unmitigated Pedantry" - you'll learn a lot both about history and its correlations with popular culture....

Putting Obskurnee behind a proxy

An overview about what tech Obskurnee runs on, and how to configure an nginx reverse proxy for it....

Introducing Obskurnee: A Companion for your Book Club

Obskurnee is a companion for your Book Club that will help you decide on your book club's next read, along with a few other things. It's a web app you can host yourself....

Fixing timestamps on existing git commits

Need to move all of your git commits a few hours to the future or the past, for example to fix a timezone issue? You've come to the right place. This is something I expected would be easy to find online, but wasn't. So I'm leaving it here, in case someone else is googling for it as well. First, you need to install git-filter-repo, a great tool for manipulating git repositories. This is a destructive action, so do it at your own risk. The tool will warn you, though. To move all commits 3 hours ahead, run this: git filter-repo...