Some changes to the blog!

Hey readers!

It’s Joe here and today I am going to roll out some minor yet important changes to my blog!

First, the name will change! I personally think “Code/Linux/ElectronicsTips” is a bit too…complicated. Now it will be just JDTechTips, referring to my name: Joe Dai. Hope you like the new name! Anyway, the domain is still the same, just a simple change of name*.

Next, small change, but the permalink format has changed! Basically, links went from this: (including month) to this: (simplicity is key…). I did this because nobody needs to know the year and month of the post! It just makes links long. It’s also simpler for sharing 🙂

Additionally, I’ve added a newsletter! You’ll receive my new posts and sometimes some exclusive content. The emails will go out weekly, so your inbox won’t get spammed 🙂 Click here to subscribe! For cautious viewers: I will not spam you, sell your email (heck, I don’t even know how to :D), etc. etc. You can unsubscribe at any time!

Well, that’s it for now!

As usual, upvote (and share!) if you liked the changes :), downvote if you didn’t 🙁 and comment down below for suggestions, questions etc. etc.

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Launch of this Blog!

Hello, readers!

I am Joe, and you have come to my new blog! I’ve always wanted to write down my frustrating problems and fixes with Code, Linux and Electronics! Tinkering things help me learn a lot, and now I wanted to share the knowledge with you, so you don’t have to spend so much time debugging things.

Start by scrolling down, or those that don’t have time, use the search on the right! I am constantly writing new things, but if you don’t find your article, feel free to contact me and I will see what I can do (might not be able to answer your question but will try :D)

Anyway, I hope this is helpful to everyone who comes! 🙂

Stay tuned,


P.S. Wouldn’t it be nice if there were a site like GitHub or StackOverflow where bugs, problems etc. and fixes would be stored in a database for everyone to see? I guess Stack Overflow is kind of like that, but it’s more of a question and answer site then a database for storing known/common problems and solutions.