Clicking "discover" at gist.github.com is unenlightening.
- https://gist.github.com/1173880: A chunk of code to get information about running processes.
- https://gist.github.com/842476: A chunk of code that blocks (I wrote it for a startup daemon) until the OS’s network stack is ready.
- https://gist.github.com/c980470f5ef244c4b4d3: My and a friend’s solution to the last level of Stripe’s CTF (may not be the final version)
- https://gist.github.com/2586751: A patch against a JSON library that to make it handle escapes in a spec-compliant way.
…Some of them are useful as-is, others are useful as reminders of how I dealt with a particular problem in case I run into it again.
What's the reasoning for this? I imagine if you don't have a blog of any kind it fills in, but it seems a odd place to publish lengthy essays.
Add Disqus and you've got a neat little product.
- lecture notes
- collection of resources
- snippets of code (for myself or remote teammates)
- todo lists
- and more...