Passing Thoughts Become Action

Stopping and smelling the roses 🌹

July 4, 2024 · 1 min · Conor Lamb

On Getting Discovered

I blog sometimes. I publish a good bit of music as well, and yet, no one knows me. This is fine. I happily mosey through life without internet celebrity, but candidly (and probably humanly), it would be nice to get recognition for the things that I make. So how does one get “discovered”? Youtube just recommended me this small linux youtuber, who struck me with a Jimmy Neutron style, brain blast on how these algorithms likely work....

March 13, 2024 · 3 min · Conor Lamb
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Making A Language Learning Buddy w/ ChatGPT

I’m at a quietly frustrating point with my German language learning. It’s an uncomfortable expanse within A1-A2 levels where I pick up a myriad of words in a conversation, but I’m still not confident enough to say much. The usual solution here is one of brute force. Go make a fool of yourself, often and brazenly, in the wild. Talk to people around you, have awkward-as-hell conversations. But, how can I cash in on the ChatGPT hype that way?...

January 29, 2023 · 3 min · Conor Lamb

A Small, Opinionated List of Nice Spots in Berlin

My personal Berlin tourism list.

November 8, 2022 · 5 min · Conor Lamb
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Make debugging suck less. Keep a logbook. 📓

Scientists keep logbooks for their findings. Why don’t computer scientists? A great place to start doing this is for debugging. Debugging sucks enough as is, make it easier on yourself. A logbook will… 🗺 Enumerate where you are in the bug fix journey. You’ll forget this journey when you pick it up tomorrow, write it down. 🌳 Keep you rooted to the ground. (Creating an “issue stack”.) Related to above, it often feels like you’re completely lost in the aether when you’re 50 opened browser tabs deep into an issue that’s not even the same issue anymore, its a sub issue of a sub issue....

January 18, 2022 · 2 min · Conor Lamb

Cool Junk That Conor Finds on the Internet

My collection of things I find on my journeys through the internet.

October 22, 2021 · 5 min · Conor Lamb

How to make a free resume website and blog in 10 min for programmers (or people unafraid of the command line)

See the website you’re reading this on? I didn’t make this in 10 minutes…. But I sure could have if I had this tutorial. So here’s how you can make your own customizable resume website or blog for free in 2021 using the Hugo framework, a few commands in the terminal, Github Pages to host it. Skip to Part 1: Let’s make a website if you wanna skip my banter 😔...

September 28, 2021 · 9 min · Conor Lamb