This website is a space in which I publish notes, blog posts, articles, projects, and more.
Like many others, I consider my site to be part of the Small Web - a collection of personal people-focused websites away from the ownership of “big tech” companies.
I believe that the more content provided to centralised platforms increases the uneven-ness of the web and gives custody of its information to a small number of big organisations.
Decentralisation ensures that the web continues to belong to everyone, and it allows information to flow more freely.
I consider user privacy to be one of the most important factors when designing (and using) software - including websites.
I do not track visitors to this site but I do use a self-hosted and privacy-respecting Umami instance to understand where visitors arrive from and what content is viewed the most.
This is a static site built using Hugo - an open-source website generator.
The content and layout is hand-made by me. You can check out the source code if you’re interested.
The content on this site represents my own thoughts and opinions, and does not necessarily reflect the opinions of the people and companies I work with and for.
If you would like to make a donation in order to support my work, then you can do so via the donations page.