Taking Boostnote for a Spin

Recently, I came across a review conducted by It’s FOSS which described a new open source project aimed at improving the experience of note taking for developers. Titled Boostnote, here’s what I gathered after making the software my default note taking application and snippet manager -replacing SimpleNote in the process. Website & Installation Downloading the […]

Writing Good Contribution Messages

An OSD600 Lecture My Contribution Messages On Tuesday, the class was told a key fact that I imagine not a single in the room had ever thought before; commit messages, pull requests, and even issue descriptions, are the sole most challenging item for any developer to get right. This was in the context of working […]

The Perfect Platform Agnostic Digital Notebook – 2

Part 2 Google Keep Using Google Keep as my exclusive note keeping and organizational platform has been a mixed bag, one of which I had learned quite a bit of my own preference and annoyances when it comes to software. For one, Keep does not have a dark theme (this is easily remedied by changing […]

The Perfect Platform Agnostic Digital Notebook

Part 1 EverNote, a product regarded as the one of the most controversial productivity services of 2016 due to pricing scheme upgrade, feature restrictions on lower offerings, and a privacy policy update -which allowed developers decrypted access to the average user’s notes, have made many turn away in uproar, and even fewer advocate the upgrades. […]