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Software Engineer at Polygon

Disable/enable Pi-hole using Apple Shortcuts

Pi-hole is my favourite ad-blocking solution. In most cases, it works like a charm, but from time to time, you just want to disable it temporarily.

Top picks — 2022 November

Remixing joining Shopify, Deno announces stable support for npm modules, AWS LAmbda runs on Node.js 18 now, CSS flexbox explained and more!

Five things I like/dislike #1

I decided to start sharing some things I like/dislike from time to time. No particular schedule and no limitation about the stuff I write about — I am just having fun sharing some cool shit with you all!

I'm on Mastodon

I’ve been a Twitter user since June 2009. Things changed in the last few days. Elon Musk bought the platform, and things started collapsing. No surprise that a lot of users started to seek an alternative, and so did I.

Top picks — 2022 October

The Shared Element Transitions API, OG Image Generation, Style Queries, Scroll-Linked Animations, Turbopack, Twitter vs Mastodon drama and a lot more!

Working with git worktrees

The most recent update of one of my favourite Visual Studio Code plugins, GitLens, triggered my curiosity when I saw a new (to me) “Worktrees” panel on the sidebar. After a quick research, I’m excited about finding a way of working with git that doesn’t restrict me.

A few "how did you do it" kinda macOS tips and tricks

Over the years, I collected an arsenal of macOS tips and tricks. Let me share some of them with you. This post doesn’t assume you have XYZ software installed — just pure macOS stuff here.

A few practical use cases for npm dependency queries

Sometimes we need to get some insights about the packages that we use. Manually going through the modules directory sounds like a chore, but luckily there is a better way.