So what with my last computer dying, getting a new phone, trying to find a job, preparing to maybe move, and all the other nonsense going on, I haven't really blogged at all lately. Oh well.
My to-do list is gigantic, like a whole huge directory tree of several gigabytes full of unfinished stuff.
Somewhere in there, there's rewriting my entire website.
I've just switched from GoDaddy's hosting to my own VPS (a droplet), since GoDaddy's cost was going up by about 110%. This means I have a LOT more available to me, now. Not quite as much space, but I can run whatever I need to on my server now, so... I think it's time to finally update everything. I plan on leaving most things as just plain old static sites (because, let's be honest, no one cares how flashy this crap is if it takes a year to render it on an old phone). The blog might change a bit, though. I'm still using that same old script (based originally on BashBlog, heavily modified over the past almost-year). Nothing against that script, it does its job and everything, but a 1300-line shell script to basically turn Markdown into HTML is absurd -- ESPECIALLY since it doesn't include the parser.
Anyway, here are some notes from the NG-JS meetup a couple of weeks ago. They were lost on my old laptop, but the SATA-to-USB thingy came in the mail the other day, so I can finally just do something with these.