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Switching to Bitwarden

After years of using pass as my password manager, I am mixing things up. Over vacation, I started importing all of my passwords into Bitwarden. With all my passwords finally transferred, I have now switched to using Bitwarden full-time. Here are my thoughts so far.


Setup a Runner VM for Gitlab

I play around with CI/CD pipelines quite a bit, both at home and at work. I have mostly used Jenkins, but I wanted to see how Gitlab’s CI/CD tooling has progressed over the last year. So, I decided to try to use Gitlab to manage the automated build and deployments of a personal project I’ve been working on. The first step of the process was to setup a runner my Gitlab instance could use for the builds.


Back On org-mode For Work

Last month, I wrote about my switch to Joplin for both my personal and work notes. While I enjoyed many features in Joplin, I also had a few concerns about using the system long-term for all my notes. As of last week, I am still using Joplin for all of my personal notes, but have switched back to org-mode for my notes at work. Why?


New LG-32QK500-w Monitor

At the beginning of summer, I was entertaining the idea of improving my wife’s computer setup by adding a new external monitor. She agreed. As a result, we have purchased, recieved, and even mounted, the LG 32QK500w monitor. Here are my thoughts.


Switched to Joplin Notes

As a massive fan of emacs’s org-mode, it should be no surprise that I’ve been using it for my personal and work planning/notes over the last few years. However, as my daily emacs usage has slowly dropped, and the support for .org files outside of emacs remains low (other than Github README files), I started to look for a more standard system. The last few months, I’ve been using Joplin. Here are my thoughts.