A Ruby program I wrote hit a tough snag when trying to download info online. But thanks to the program's dubious nature, I can't reveal the full context so easily.
One of my (oddly specific) hobbies is laser-cutting anime images. A few MakeHaven members have been curious how, so I wrote a tutorial on making your own.
After weeks of looking for a workable approach, I finally build a Node Twitter bot to automatically share anime quote artwork.
I celebrate a long-overdue side project by examining its most important pieces - services, singletons, and which Eeveelution matches my personality.
I revisit my first real Node program to refactor it with more ES6 syntax, asynchronous functions, and anime wallpaper feeds.
For my first web project that wasn't a website, I broke down a goal that involved Node, scheduled functions, the Twitter API, and a feed of anime wallpapers.