thecave


A Hideout for Programmers, Indie Devs, Solopreneurs

I’m experimenting with ways to add a new post from my iPhone to thecave.com, which is generated by Jekyll, and have the post show up on micro.blog.

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Mastodon and thecave.social

I first heard about Mastodon last week while lurking on Twitter. For those who don’t know, Mastodon is a free, open source, decentralized social network with instances run mostly by individuals.

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After 17 days of no Facebook, I finally took a peek at my feed. I was totally uninterested, and I signed out after a minute. I think I’m over my Facebook addiction.

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What a beautiful morning. Winter is still going strong here in Stowe.

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I haven’t been on Facebook for 11 straight days. #breakingtheaddiction

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I love this picture of Rowan and his cousin Sedona. Taken last weekend at Stowe Mountain Resort.

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Testing, testing. 1, 2, 3…I moved my RSS feed for micro.blog to thecave.com since I’m no longer actively working on my app, Cross Post.

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The Experienced Programmer's Guide to Getting Started with Swift

A couple Vermont-based software developers recently asked me how to get started with Swift and writing apps for iOS. I emailed them individually, but when I was asked again today, I thought, time to write a blog post.

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Wow! Busy weekends ahead

A friend emailed me asking if I’m around in two weekends. He wants to visit me in Stowe and do a little riding together. I haven’t seen this friend in years, and it will be great to catch up ago. The problem is, I discovered I’m busy every weekend through the end of March. Turns out, when you live in a ski town, lots of people want to come for a visit.

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Hey Siri, Text Evernote

Do you use Evernote? Ever wish you could quickly save a note to Evernote hands-free? I found a way.

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