Powerful Word Frequency Lists for Foreign Language Learning
Whenever you start learning a new language, you will be confronted with the question of how to learn vocabulary. There are many different approaches to this problem, but one of the most popular is to learn the most common words first. Using my powerful word frequency lists, you can learn the most common words in a foreign language quickly and efficiently.
Enhanced Web Ebooks with Honkit
I love reading books. But I also like to read books on my tablet or my laptop. Using an application like Honkit, you can create great-looking ebooks from markdown files. These ebooks are easy to distribute and can be read using the browser. This article explains how to create ebooks with Honkit.
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Vision for an Open Source Web-Based CAD Application
Today the market for architectural CAD (Computer Aided Design) software is mostly closed-source and has a monopolistic structure. A few big companies dominate the market. In this article I want to lay out a vision for an alternative future of an open source ecosystem.
Using Systemd to Start a Python Application with Virtualenv
Systemd is great for starting and stopping services under Linux. When you want to start a Python application that uses virtualenv, you need to take special care. This article explains how to create a systemd script using the example of the open source Timetagger Python application.
Checklist for Publishing NPM Packages
Checklists can be useful tools to handle the complexities of modern life. Used by pilots and other professions handling complex tasks, checklists can also be useful for software developers. Read more in this article about a quality checklist for publishing NPM packages.
Remote Editing Raspberry Pi Files from Mac with Visual Studio Code
When programming applications that run embedded on a Raspberry Pi, it is often convenient to work on a more powerful machine. In this article I want to show how to edit remotely from a Mac programming code that runs directly on the Raspberry Pi. As a comfortable IDE I use Visual Studio Code.