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Remote Debugging Node.js on Raspberry Pi with Chrome DevTools

There are many situations where you want to connect to a Node.js instance running on a remote server. Currently, I have a RaspberryPi running with input from a light sensor. It’s very helpful when debugging, to be able to step through the code running on the hardware directly.

The RaspberryPi is already on my local network. I connect to the device over ssh and start the app, then step through the code on my local machine using DevTools.

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The New Full Stack: From I2C -> Woodworking Joinery

A few years ago I started on a new passion project aimed to learn more about React.js. What I didn’t realize was that it would be a boundless hole filled with learning outside of my comfort zone.

In the end, the journey sent me down a learning path which I would have never ventured; and I’m extremely thankful for it. 

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Reviving the Blog!

It’s been a long time since I sat down and wrote about technical content from a personal perspective. I decided that 2020 would be the year in which I bring back my blog, and vow to share more of my side projects. 

For the past 5-6 years I’ve worked as an engineering consultant for a large publicly traded underwriting software company. For the most part I specialize in large scale UI architecture and all that comes with this space. Typically,

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