Stuff I built to scratch my own itch
Often times I need to test applications and scripts against various HTTP response conditions, so I decided to create a service that can respond to most status codes on request.
Netfind allows for quick contextual searches using the URL itself as a simple delimiter that redirects queries to various services.
I like browsing Hacker News, but I find that the interface is too cluttered and becomes addictive, so I built Haychen so I could take a more casual approach to HN every now and then from my phone.
Haychen displays Top Stories from Hacker News in a minimal fashion, without the comments or clutter.
A lot of times in my job I need to quickly generate passwords that conform to general security requirements. Examples of this are when adding users to Google Workspace, creating Domain Users in Windows Server, etc.
QuickPassword provides opinionated password options that are good enough for 99% of uses cases — with far fewer clicks involved. The generation is done client-side for added security & privacy.
A growing, curated list of my favorite quotes that can be browsed in a random and easy to use manner.
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