Available as an on demand technical advisor through Generali.st as well as having fun working with Elixir & Phoenix as a developer-for-hire.

I'm also a long time open source contributor. Most prominently, I'm the original author and lead developer of Kete, a Ruby on Rails based collaboration tool.

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My former notabli and Cubspot co-conspirator, Jory Raphael, is running a kickstarter campaign to update Symbolicons. Besides being really impressed with what he's offered and how well he has done, I was struck by how great a model for revisiting a project that you have been wanting to do for ages it is!

Most of us that have been doing creative stuff have a once successful piece of work that still brings in a little cash, but is in dire need of an update. Every now and then we try and get some client or grant or

Man, this was one of those discoveries that really made me appreciate the emacs community.

A little background. If you are using emacs to work on an Elixir project, chances are are running alchemist. @tonini being a smart guy, built alchemist on top of several existing packages including projectile which of couse is built to recognize coding projects and provide a set of useful tools for dealing with them.

This post is for those of you, like me, that haven't explore all that projectile has to offer.

So projectile knows that a project corresponds to a directory structure, e.g.

As some of you may have noticed, I've almost completely dropped off Twitter and Facebook. That's not because I don't value my friends and family! I just have a very difficult time stomaching the evolution towards corporate ownership and control of our communication. It's not good for humanity (or our planet as a whole) in either the short term or the long term.

I've definitely enjoyed both Twitter and Facebook in the past. They allow for truly incredible things to happen that were not possible without their massive social graphs. Fundamentally though I question whether it is ethical for corporations

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