Crafting command-line scripts to calculate the most frequently used letters in Wordle (and finding an optimal sequence of starting words).
Where to start
These are the top performers from a page-view standpoint. (a.k.a. what Google thinks is my "best" content... )
Static site generators: Hugo vs Jekyll vs Gatsby vs 11ty
I have an obsession with SSGs, and Eleventy is my favourite (even better than Hugo, Jekyll, and Gatsby).
What is a decibel, anyway?
The decibel has always confused me. I did some research, and it turns out the decibel is actually pretty interesting.
Getting to grips with SVG markup
SVGs are complex, for sure, but that very complexity gives them their power. And we don't need to know the intricacies of the co-ordinate system to harness that power.
Bullet Journal Revisited
The Bullet Journal is a system for Getting Things Done. One nested pen-and-paper list that gets rewritten every morning.
More about me
I tinker with all sorts of things but my current interests are data-visualisation, web-audio, and modular synthesis. I enjoy building funny little interactive charts, and I cling onto my music-tech roots by creating FX modules and instruments that exist solely in-browser.
Lately I've gone deep into the world of Eurorack modualar synths, and cannot get enough of making music without computers. But first-and-foremost I make things for the web.
I work as a software engineer at J.P.Morgan, and used to work at Cronofy (where we encountered almost every timezone bug imaginable). I co-host the A Question of Code podcast and I spend most of the day glued to Twitter as @thomashazledine.