A couple months ago, I discovered that the
classifier-reborn gem (a popular
Jekyll plugin to group related posts) was essentially incompatible with Ruby 3.
I use Jekyll to build some of my own websites (including this one), and I wanted
to be able to upgrade to Ruby 3 while continuing to use classifier-reborn.
Although I was initially frustrated that classifier-reborn didn’t yet support
Ruby 3 out of the box, I realized that I might be able to implement Ruby 3
support myself and contribute back to the project since classifier-reborn is,
after all, open source software. The pull requests I submitted turned out to be
some of my biggest open-source contributions yet, and I’m proud of the work I
For years, Mint was the first thing people would
recommend to anyone looking for a budgeting or personal finance tool. More
recently, competitors like You Need A Budget
Capital, and Lunch
Money have grown in popularity. Over
the last couple years, I’ve spent some time using all of these apps because I
wanted to explore the alternatives to Mint. Let’s explore the similarities and
differences to see what might work best for you.
It might seem impossible to find a good computer under $100, but you actually
have more options than you probably realize. Between a Raspberry Pi, Chromebook,
or used laptop, you can probably find something that you like and that suits
your needs! Let’s take a look at some options.
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