Notes about the Android SDK and other Android-related topics. And some more information to make the text longer.
Mobile communication technologies, including UMTS, LTE, 5G, organisations like 3GPP, and technical aspects of radio communication.
Everything about the Java programming language and environment.
Algorithms & Data Structures
Classical computer science algorithms and data structure stuff. The things hat you need to know for coding interviews.
How to's and code snippets concerning LaTeX, as well as related tools, such as BibTeX and BibDesk.
How to do various things on macOS.
All the evil but necessary mathematical stuff.
Notes about the R programming language for statistical computing, and related technologies, like R Markdown.
The amazing vim editor, successor of vi, visual mode of ex, successor of ed, better version of qed.
Amazon Web Services
Some notes about specific Amazon Web Services (AWS) products, in particular Amazon S3.
For fans of the zillion of Google products, like Google Fonts, Google Photos, Google Play Music, etc.
Information and resources for preparing for a coding interview for a software engineering position.
Various Linux-specific notes.
Ruby on Rails
The Ruby on Rails web application framework, which together with Git and Heroku makes the magic trio.
Everyting about Git, the incredibly effective version control system.
Heroku is a flexible and easy-to-use Platform as a Service for deploying web applications.
Various notes about the Markdown markup language, Markdown processors, as well as the R Markdown environment.
Notes about editing PDF files with command-line tools.
Terminals & Shells
Notes about different terminals and shells, including iTerm and Bash.
Events & Experiences
Summaries and journals of events that I attended, or other experiences that I made.
Miscellaneous notes. Everything that doesn't fit into one of the existing categories.
Notes that I deem not so important or high-quality, but that I still want to keep for now.