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A tea-drinking web geek's coffee-flavored blog

CTF Liveblog


over 5 years ago by Peter Harkins on Push cx.
Friday It’s 13:30 on Friday afternoon and time to start working on Capture the Flag game. After chatting with friends I have some vague title/theme...

Random The Flag


over 5 years ago by Peter Harkins on Push cx.
I’m going to spend next Friday to Monday making a game. I was inspired by Oryx’s 16bit sprites, they’re a beautiful, cheap resource for...

Random The Flag


over 5 years ago by Peter Harkins on Push cx.
I’m going to spend next Friday to Monday making a game. I was inspired by Oryx’s 16bit sprites, they’re a beautiful, cheap resource for...

Personal Workflow


over 5 years ago by Peter Harkins on Push cx.
For about a year I’ve been using Trello, a free web app for organizing notes, to track my personal to-do lists across various projects. I’ve...

Personal Workflow


over 5 years ago by Peter Harkins on Push cx.
For about a year I’ve been using Trello, a free web app for organizing notes, to track my personal to-do lists across various projects. I’ve...

The Well-Sorted Version


over 5 years ago by Peter Harkins on Push cx.
The Well-Sorted Version is a longtime project I recently finished. I wanted to blog a bit about the technical production of it, so please check out that...

The Well-Sorted Version


over 5 years ago by Peter Harkins on Push cx.
The Well-Sorted Version is a longtime project I recently finished. I wanted to blog a bit about the technical production of it, so please check out that...

Inheriting From Built-In Ruby Types


over 5 years ago by Peter Harkins on Push cx.
This post originally appeared on the DevMynd blog. The string is a stark data structure and everywhere it is passed there is much duplication of process...

Inheriting From Built-In Ruby Types


over 5 years ago by Peter Harkins on Push cx.
This post originally appeared on the DevMynd blog. The string is a stark data structure and everywhere it is passed there is much duplication of process...

Social Media for Programmers


almost 6 years ago by Peter Harkins on Push cx.
A friend of mine has been accepted to DevBootcamp and I’m pleased to see the coursework is beginning even before classes. He’s not so pleased...