Some ramblings and write-ups about tech, music, travelling and other topics.
I've recently found out about this new search engine called Ecosia, which is a more-than-CO2-neutral, privacy friendly alternative to Google. Here are some of the key features in more details.
I've been playing around with WebSockets to replace an AJAX-heavy part of the front-end of a web app. This has taken me into the realm of
websockets Python modules which I had not used much of before, and I thought I'd write this up.
In the previous post, I wrote about switching over to Zsh and adding my own Zsh theme. Since then, I've added a new theme to my Oh My Zsh fork that uses Powerline. Here are some extra bits to my Zsh config.
It looks like I'll be working with OSX a lot more from now on. So I've taken the leap and switched over to zsh. Naturally, I had to spend some time tweaking the prompt to get all the information that I need. zsh has a very different prompt configuration syntax to bash and after playing around with it manually, I remembered a friend of my recommended Oh My Zsh as a great framework for configuring zsh. I've created a fork of the ohmyzsh repo so I can install my own prompt by default.
When Softbank started selling iPhones, it finally became possible to obtain a unlimited data SIM card that is can be inserted to Android phone that aren't SIM locked. After some research, I found out the APN settings for this SIM.