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Weeknotes for 2023-01-06

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Daniel Andrlik
Daniel Andrlik lives in the suburbs of Philadelphia. By day he manages product teams. The rest of the time he is a podcast host and producer, writer of speculative fiction, a rabid reader, and a programmer.

Back in the saddle, baby.

This week was incredibly busy with work, but I still managed to get a bunch of other things done too.

  • Deployed a fresh and shiny new version of this site that is run on Hugo.
  • Started watching Wednesday on Netflix, which is very endearing. I’m only a few episodes in, but I’m enjoying it.
  • Released episode 157 of Explorers Wanted, Static on the Line.

    Our crew delves deeper into the Foundry and Dili encounters an unsettling connection issue.

  • Released version 0.3.2 of django-quotes. No major changes, just a change in dependencies following a CVE.
  • Got so much audio editing done, even if I did stay up way too late some nights to do it.
  • Started using Obsidian on a recommendation of Daniel Rodriguez, and I’m kinda obsessed with it. No doubt I’ll write much more about that later.
  • Did a little dev work on some projects I’m not ready to talk about yet.

Big week, and a hell of way to start the new year!


Weeknotes for 2024-04-05
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At this rate I might have to rename this segments to Monthnotes. So let’s at least talk about the last two weeks, shall we? Python, podcasting, media, oh my.
Weeknotes for 2022-03-18
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This week in the world of Daniel: I updated my quote service project to use my reusable django-quotes app. This should make maintenance easier. Since this is a backwards-incompatible change, I also updated ewdiscordbot and ewtwitterbot to use the new API endpoints.
Weeknotes for 2023-05-28
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It’s been a while since I’ve posted one of these. The last few work weeks have been so busy that by the end of the Friday work day I’ve been too tired to write a post. But I’m back home after a week overseas and it’s a long weekend, so let’s use this opportunity to catch up.