I'm Jon and this is my website! Here's my Github and here's my resume.
Here's a list of my more noteworthy posts:
Welp, I finally took the Kubernetes (K8s) dive. This post is basically going to be my “lab notes” from the experience, so don’t expect too much expository prose.
Good day to all! My release schedule is a bit all over the place, so this is either the first or second post in my Workflow Series that shows you how to get up and running with popular workflow engines.
Hi there. In this post, I’m going to go over a couple snippets of minimal HTTP servers that I use from time to time when I’m tinkering with Go.
G’day everyone! The topic of this post focuses on geography related plotting strategies. Specifically, I’m going to show you how to get started making your own beautiful visualizations in Python so you can avoid the methods that require heftier buy-in like D3 or some dashboarding toolkits.
Hello again. To start off the new year, I’m going to do a “Snippets” post focused on using JWTs in Go.
Howdy! The subject of this post is going to be a quick run through of how to authenticate your Go web application for interacting with the Reddit API.
I’d like to start a series outlining snippets and patterns relating to machine learning that I’ve found useful.
This is the second in my series of posts showcasing how to use the “adapter pattern” in Go.
If you're just browsing around, I've included a few sections along the top to help show what I've gotten up to over the years:
- Posts: all my posts chronologically ordered. Many of these are just snippets I've decided to write up, others are small hacking projects I've documented for posterity's sake. Here are my posts organized by tags.
- Publications: papers from my Ph.D. days (mostly about galaxies, exploding stars, and black holes).
- APIs: neat APIs I've built to showcase small tinkering projects..
Feel free to take a look around, email me with questions (brojonat on most platforms).