Sometimes Ubuntu (16/xenial) will no longer see my Toshiba Satellite’s built in wi-fi hardware. No matter what I do, it is unable to connect, and the wifi hardware itself is MIA. It’s as if, somehow, my laptop goes into ‘airplane’ mode. AdvertisementsRead More Ubuntu & Toshiba Satellite Wi-Fi Fix
With all this parallelism, console.log soon runs out of utility. There are a few bugs where it’s possible to overrun the console.log buffer, which is a bit of a problem when spewing out debug info.Read More Logging in NodeJS & abjscdef
Rendering code on stock WordPress is a bit of a frustration. What are the options?Read More Syntax Highlighting, Code, and Stock WordPress
Prepping a nodeJs dev environment on Ubuntu is ridiculously easy. Gone are the days of hunting down VIM plugins or tweaking .emacsrc until it was just so. I do not miss those days.Read More Setup NodeJS Development on Ubuntu
The trick with multiple platforms is pushing what the platform physical does down to a platform abstraction layer. With Node, this is easier then ever—each native command is contained inside a spawn, and that spawn is best run as a Promise. An OS abstraction layer boils down to a promise generator, with some custom output […]Read More Multi Platform NodeJs
Now that I’ve got all my music FLAC encoded and sitting comfortably on a home networked attached storage (NAS), what next? Listen to it!Read More How to listen to digital sound?