New university just dropped https://twitter.com/bariweiss/status/1457692536714063875
I paused my ecomm dreams and fired up my SaaS dreams.
Let's build some software!
Here's my October in review:
My blog's bandwidth can spike up to ~1 TB per month, but some months it's only 50 GB, so I want something that's <$20/mo in the slow months but can handle big spikes affordably.
The dealbreaker for a lot of vendors is that they want to take over my build. In other words, they want me to give them my source repo and tell them how to build it.
I want a dumb file host that just accepts a set of static files and doesn't care how I built them.
Reported, so hopefully it gets taken down.
Big thanks to @workpail for proactively monitoring the signups and tamping down the spammers before it became a real problem!
✅ Recharge month
✅ Doubled down on Go
✅ Deployed my first Go app
Here's what I got done this week:
* Interviewed EE vendors about building next TinyPilot
* Caught up on emails post-vacation
* Drove a Porsche Carrera GT
Answer: Git for Windows tries to use a different SSH client than the system native version, so it was missing my key.
Fix was to set git config --global core.sshCommand to the correct SSH binary. Thanks to @mdriley25519 for pointing me in the right direction!
* This only happens on Windows. I can git clone everything fine from Linux.
* I'm using the Windows native OpenSSH client.
* This is a public repo, so it shouldn't have anything to do with permissions.
* I can git clone private repos hosted on VSTS
I discontinued one of my Pi products, so I now have ~200 leftover Argon NEO Pi 4 cases.
If you want some at a discount, I'm selling them on eBay. If you want 20+, I'm happy to sell them in bulk at a lower price: https://www.ebay.com/itm/393641615634
Hackaday was one of the first publications to give TinyPilot attention when I launched it, so it's cool to see them sticking around and following my progress on the prjoect.
Hardware Project Becomes Successful Product for Solo Developer https://hackaday.com/2021/11/02/hardware-project-becomes-successful-product-for-solo-developer/
Solo developer. Lover of unit tests. Builder of TinyPilot. ex-Google, ex-Microsoft
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