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Rosnovsky Park

My name is Art Rosnovsky, and this is my park.

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Increased by16.86 K
🇺🇸 Died of Covid-19
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From the Pacific Northwest to the World

Thoughts, reports, tutorials, photos and more.

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Current events

Weekly Update #3

This one is short: house hunting is over & family is in town!

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Weekly Update #2

An exciting week, full of driving around and anticipation of change.

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Current events

Weekly Update #1

In order to keep myself accounatble and to develop some writing consistency, I'm going to start posting weekly updates. Here's the first one.

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Work

Auth0: 10 Years Later

It's hard to believe that it's been over a year since I joined Auth0. It's time to do some reflection. Shall we?

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Web Development

Building this website: Part 3

In this installment, let’s talk about what it takes to start over and why perfect is indeed the enemy of good.

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Web Development

Dynamic comments for a static website

For the past couple of months, I've been working on a comment feature for this blog. Now that it's almost finished, I invite you to check it out along with some implementation details.

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Technology

Generating Blog Social Images

Since I launched my new blog, I discovered that social images were broken; they were an afterthought after all, and I decided to fix it permanently.

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Technology

Building this website: Part 2

For the past few months, I’ve been rebuilding my website. This time, I’ve built it from scratch, with these two hands. In this post, I want to take a deep dive into what and how I built, and what’s next.

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Current events

2020, you won't be missed

This by far the worst year in generations is coming to a close. It won't be missed, yet it will remain in our memory, history books, and our shared trauma will take decades to heal. Here's to 2021, hopefully, a better year.