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Bryan Koen

Bryan Koen

From St. Louis, MO 7 Posts
Husband & Dad of 4 great kids, Technologist focused on automation. Wannabe developer. Genealogist. Consumer of IPAs and whiskey. Avid music listener and sometimes creator.
Why Linux Matters to the Software Developer

Why Linux Matters to the Software Developer

Linux is a free and open-source operating system that can be found on many different devices. As a software developer, you may not think this matters to you. However, the truth of the matter is that there are plenty of benefits to using Linux as your development environment. In this
Python, Rust, Go or Julia: Which one should someone learn?

Python, Rust, Go or Julia: Which one should someone learn?

In this post, I will talk about four programming languages that I am interested in right now: Python, Rust, Go, and Julia. I will compare the benefits of each language for beginners and discuss where each language is best suited to solve problems. I'll save Java for another post. PythonOf
The Many Interests of a Tech Blogger

The Many Interests of a Tech Blogger

As a tech blogger, I have always had an interest in technology. I love how fast-paced the industry moves and changes, and it is fascinating to see what people come up with next. This blog post will be about my varied interests, such as software development, social media, personal growth,
Learning in Public

Learning in Public

Some time ago, I came across the phrase "Learn in Public," also stated as "Build in Public." This concept intrigued me. What it means is that you should share with the world what you're working on. It's not a completely foreign concept in the IT world. Open-source software development is
Rebooting my Twitter

Rebooting my Twitter

Over the past weekend, I took the mildly bold step of mothballing my Twitter account. I've had that account since May 2007, over 14 years ago! Over that time, I managed to tweet 1642 times, followed 470 accounts and had 1616 followers. But, how many of them were "real" live
The Law of 100

The Law of 100

It's fitting that as I begin this journey to find out if I really want to be an author that I talk about a video that I recently watched by Noah Kagan. There's so much in the beginning of this video that resonates with me. I have made numerous attempts
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