I’m often searching online documentation for answers to commands, configurations, and error messages. The problem is that I’ve found myself repeating those searches because of the breadth and depth of the amount of functions and libraries involved in development. My wife suggested I call it TIHIDI (this is how I did it).
Huey is my Hubot (a chat bot from https://hubot.github.com/). I’ve added in a couple APIs to identify what songs I’m listening to on various platforms and I keep it running whenever I’m working on the machines.
I built a couple little projects for streaming audio recently. My radio page (radio.davidawindham.com) is powered by Node.js, Express, Socket.io, WebRTC, and Redis.
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