A Bit

A little bit of writing by Alejandro

Never build your software in the belief it will run correctly. It won't.

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The whole tech world is wrapped on the notion we need repeatable builds. There's sound logic to it, but the how has always become contradictory to what are the needs.

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Writing software is hard. Packaging software is harder. Running said software is hardest.

We spend quite a bit of time developing software to run software.

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After years of practice, I think I’ve finally reached my filesystem mountpoint nirvana on Linux.

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I've had this blog for a long while. Yet, instead of filling up with thoughts and creations, it has just lay dormant in a mental closet.

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I've traveled the walks of a many [Desktop Environment][1] (DE). I've learned of what has worked for me, discovered what user interfaces makes usability sense, and grasped what approach strikes best as a developer.

When I started in the years past, I initiated with Fedora (Core). With it, came [GNOME] 2. And for a time, it was good.

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I have been on [Arch Linux][x0] for the entire current decade. I've heard nay saying on stability for rolling release distributions, yet for me, Arch's installations have been so remarkably stable, they would end up becoming boring.

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