Hey there! It's time for another series list. This time it's for my Own Your Code series, where I take a look into Gitea and Laminar CI.
Following this series, I plan to also post about my apt repository, which is hosting a growing list of software - including the tiled map editor (support them with a donation if you can), gossa (a minimalist file browser interface), and webhook - if you find any issues, you can always get in touch.
Anyway, here's the full list of posts in the series in the Own Your Code series:
In the unlikely event I post another entry in this series, I'll come back and update this list. Most likely though I'll be posting related things standalone, rather than part of this series - so subscribe for updates with your favourite method if you'd like to stay up-to-date with my latest blog posts (Atom/RSS, Email, Twitter, Reddit, and Facebook are all supported - just ask if there's something missing).
I'm rather ill at the moment, but I had the idea of creating a banner for the Learning Prolog series I did a while ago, and at the same time I ended up realising that I never posted a full series list for it. This banner has been something to occupy my mind with while I recover, at least.
Since a while ago I didn't have the time to write the next episode of Coding Conundrums Evolved and then I kind of forgot about it (sorry! I really haven't had much time since September this year, and they take ages to write... :-(), I've decided post a series list for the 4 episodes I've posted so far.
Before I forget though, the (long overdue!) password for last episode's solution (#4) is illykin. Remember to attempt the challenge yourself first before looking at my solution! Working out how you'd attempt a problem is just as important as actually writing the solution itself.
With the last password revealed, here's the series list:
While I'm certainly not averse to releasing a new entry in this series, it'll probably have to wait until the end of this year - unless I think of a really good idea that can't wait. Suggestions and ideas are welcome though :-)
I was just looking through my blog's archive, and I found a series of posts I made that solve Rob Miles' Coding Condundrums that he posted on his Python Site. Since I seem to have forgotten to post a series list (it's likely that I finished the series before I thought of such a thing!), I thought that it's better late than never, so here's a series list of all the problems I've solved:
It's nearly Christmas (I should have a small Christmas surprise ready for you soon!), which also means that we've reached the end of the first series of Prolog labs. I'll continue posting this series once the labs start up again in semester 2, which starts on the 2nd of February.
The primary reason for writing this post, however, is to provide one central list of posts in this series so far.