[Devlog] - Mail Organizer update: Week 1

First of the developer logs for the mail organizer tool. I've gotten the mail organizer working as a CLI and I'm actively organizing my mail through the terminal. It works well and I'm ready to push on into real world application building

Posted on May 13 2021

Creating a hey mail style mail organizer - Intro and Project Definition

Now that I'm unsubscribed from Hey, I find myself with the motivation to build something I've wanted to do from last year: A mail organizer with the same workflow as Hey that works with any IMAP based email service.

Posted on May 06 2021

Slack Status Updater (CLI) - Defaults, and adding CRUD

March 28th 2018 13:30 After using the CLI for a while I think what I'd really like to do now is to be able to unset the status entirely and set the my availability to online and away. But before I do that, I'm going to get this CLI

Posted on March 28 2018

Slack Status Updater (CLI) - Alpha polish

Polishing the alpha on the road to a stable v1.0 release. Lots of little acts of polish :)

Posted on March 27 2018

Slack Status Updater (CLI) - Connecting Cores

With some "core" features done, I jump into connecting it to the CLI repo. In this one, I'll learn how to import a package that I've written and use it. I'll also learn how to work with a CLI package, and the file system.

Posted on March 23 2018

Slack Status Updater (CLI) - Changing a status

Figuring out how to mock api's for testing and implementing the actual status change process.

Posted on March 22 2018

Questioning assumptions on lerna vs yarn

Feburary 7th 2018 As I mentioned in my blog post [https://adnanissadeen.com/projects/blog/demystifying-lock-files-and-package-management-at-buffer/#questions-that-need-digging-into] , there are several questions that need answering about our assumptions around lerna and yarn. Times are going to be pretty far apart today as I'm dealing with some work at home today. 14:

Posted on February 07 2018

Demystifying Lock Files and Package Management at Buffer

This introductory blog post breaks down how the current package management and lockfile management at Buffer works and sets up the questions and end goals that we are looking to achieve via this project.

Posted on February 06 2018

Slack Status Updater (CLI) - Setting up Models

My first steps into actually creating the tool. I wrangled pretty hard with some interesting aspects of Go for this one.

Posted on January 23 2018

Slack Status Updater (CLI): Scope

Figuring out what I want to achieve in version 0.1 alpha first iteration of the tool. Hint: A lot of stuff got cut.

Posted on January 19 2018

Slack Status Updater (CLI): Setting up for dev

Trying to figure out how to setup the packages and the structure for working on this project. Golang has its surprises.

Posted on January 19 2018

Slack Status Updater (CLI) - Picking a language

Using part science, part emotion to decide which language I want to code with. Sadly I didn't get to pick the tool I secretly wanted.

Posted on January 18 2018

First Thoughts on Slack Status Updater

I love Slack's status feature to bits. I love every chat programs status feature to bits really. My first experience with status messages came from MSN chat. Sorry, my first experience with chat was not IRC. Not geeky enough for that. And we'd post all kinds of stuff in the

Posted on December 20 2017

Advent of Code 2017 Day 2

Dev notes from Day 2 challenges

Posted on December 18 2017

Running the Advent of Code 2017 code

How to run the advent of code 2017 scripts

Posted on December 15 2017

Advent of code 2017 - Day 1

The challenge begins

Posted on December 14 2017

Intro to Advent Of Code 2017

A quick look into the context around Advent of Code, my past attempts, and the expectations for the future.

Posted on December 14 2017