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I started my blog because it was so rare that I could find an "all in one place" repository of solutions to the problems I was facing. I simply assumed that, if I had to solve the problem once, I was either going to need to solve it again ...or (more likely) tell others how to solve it. I'm borderline anti-social, so, it's always just been easier to tell people, "read this: lemme know if you still have questions when you're done".

Still amuses me when coworkers email/Slack/SMS me to tell me, "I had this really weird problem I needed to solve, and when I googled it, your page was the only one that provided me a detailed and easy-to-follow solution for my problem."

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