PubliusLogic Purpose and Technologies, A little about the Author and some Internet programming tidbits.
I employ Feynman Wisdom in explications of Code, Government, Law and God with a little Sufism Wisdom for brevity.
The 🔗 Feynman Learning Technique is a simple way of approaching anything new you want to learn. … When you really learn something, you give yourself a tool to use for the rest of your life. The more you know, the fewer surprises you will encounter, because most new things will connect to something you already understand.
🔗 Sufism, mystical Islamic belief and practice in which Muslims seek to find the truth of divine love and knowledge through direct personal experience of God. … The Sufis are also generally known as “the poor,” fuqarāʾ, plural of the Arabic faqīr, in Persian darvīsh, whence the English words fakir and dervish.
And my approach to discussions of this world follow along with what Tim Addison said on Empathy
Although advice like “be unfailingly kind”, and “keep your feedback actionable, specific, and kind” sounds great, Chelsea Troy points out the problem with that statement, namely:
You can’t always be kind!
…it assumes that the feedback giver has control over whether their feedback is perceived as kind. And they don’t. from Transcript from lecture: Giving and receiving feedback.
My Works are not for a popularly contest, I seek the Holy Ones.
If you read them in order they have a timely purpose, playtime is calling out the evil one’s.
PubliusLogic security is top notch using the latest Content-Security-Policy directives we receive a A+ rating 💯
Went from sass to styled components now using Tailwind CSS and happy about its ease of use.
🍸 This website is built as static HTML with React component-modular Docker Container builds, using React components with GraphQL, Built with WebPack. Including a user data, todo’s backend. The data structure is using a second github repo for json data on the fly with OctoCat Rest and a GitHub App for Auth.
Served on Netlify via a continuous deployment (CD) workflow. Pull requests are automatically built into preview apps, while commits to the master branch trigger the production build and deploy onto Netlify CDN edge node infrastructure. Since the whole site is just a bunch of static files copied onto multiple CDN nodes around the world, time to first byte (TTFB) is consistently fast at around 1ms to 2ms. Instant Notifications through my Slack Bots or Gmail and phone notifications using Netlify Functions for my Mansbooks.com PubliusLogic.com workspace.
🚀 This 🔗 Repo v5 stores the Gatsby site hosted at publiuslogic.com.
I use it to write about my personal interests, ranging from theoretical physics and spiritual learning; to A Human Basic Instructions Manuel, web development and spending time outdoors… oh and not to forget breaking conventions like a React Site with Json-Ld per template for SEO, Internet Positioning, and a A+ security rating. 💯
Feel free to reuse any part of this repo to create your own React site.
🔥 No run time dependency or vulnerable server stack required Pre-built pages served over a CDN for fastest time to first byte Fast and cheap CDN scaling results in ultra-high availability worldwide Server-side processes abstracted into microservice APIs for reduced attack surface areas Modern Continuous Deployment (CD) Git workflows with instant rollbacks Headless CMS for complete separation from your app / site and with full version control Modern authentication methods such as OAuth 2 for ultimate security.
Github and Google OAuth v2 with
It follows the 🔗 JAMstack architecture by using Git as a single source of truth, and is deployed on Netlify.