I am an aerospace engineer and self-taught software engineer. My passion is in technology and improving the lives and livelihoods of others through teaching coding literacy. Living and working in three continents has taught me patience and appreciation for numerous ways of thinking and learning. On this website I share my software tutorials and work I have done with brilliant innovators and engineers I am fortunate to know.
MY PROJECTS AND COLLABORATIONS
I have worked on projects ranging from commercial software and aerospace engineering to STEM education.
CODE GUIDES AND TUTORIALS
Turn any webpage into a spreadsheet: How to use Google Chrome and almost no code to extract repetitive data from an HTML page into a spreadsheet format.
Minimalist website deployment strategy for 2022: Guide for how to deploy fast, secure websites for minimal effort and minimal or no cost using recently available services available.
Run docker containers in the cloud for free using Google Cloud Run: Use Google Cloud Run to run containerized stateless applications for minimal or no cost.
Send an email from Google Sheets: A Google Apps Script tutorial for beginners showing showing how to send a Gmail email via a script embedded in a spreadsheet.
Globally ignore giles in git: How to ignore a file globally from all git repos on a system.
The right way to undo your last git commit: Three ways to use the git reset command.
Build a web site with a custom domain in 10 minutes: Tutorial showing how to use Jekyll on macOS to build a website or blog and host it for free on GitHub Pages.
Where does Homebrew install files on your Mac? How paths work in the Homebrew package manager, and how to see what files are installed under which packages.
Properly install/uninstall packages with Homebrew on macOS: Introduction dependency management on macOS using the Homebrew package manager.
macOS Homebrew Explained in 1 Minute: Overview of concepts and terms in dependency management on macOS such as formula, keg, cellar, cask, bottle, and tap.
More videos on engineering, science and math can be found on my other channel:
Tutorials for Aerospace Engineering