There are currently 14 article series.

In this article series I explain all the AWK one-liners from the popular awk1line.txt file.

In this article series I explain various bash tricks and idioms that mostly fit in a single line. After I'm done with the series, I'll publish a book about bash one-liners, and release bash1line.txt file that will contain all of them!

I love the commandlinefu.com website. It's a social website for Unix one-liners. In this article series I explain the top-ranked one-liners and give deeper insight into them.

In this two-part article series I explain how I created the picurls.com website.

In this article series I am creating a video downloader that is capable of downloading youtube videos in C with libcurl and C++ with WxWidgets.

In this article series I review all the video lectures from MIT's Introduction to Algorithms course. I share my notes, key insights and detailed breakdown of lecture by time.

MIT Linear Algebra (6 posts).

In this article series I review all the video lectures from MIT's mathematics course Linear Algebra. I share my notes, key insights and detailed breakdown of lecture by time.

Musical Geek Friday (17 posts).

My MP3 collection has a lot of geek songs. In this article series, which I publish on Friday, I share the songs with you!

In this article series I explain what node.js libraries you should know about! They include dnode, optimist, hook.io, express, expresso, lazy, and many others.

This article series follows closely the Awk and Sed one-liners series. In the article series I create the perl1line.txt file and an ebook.

In this article series I explain all the sed one-liners from the popular sed1line.txt file.

In this article series I explain various Unix utilities you should know inside out. They include netcat, pipe view, lsof, find, screen and others.

In this article series I explain various Vim text editor plugins you should know about. They make you much more productive!

Visual Math Friday (1 post).

My collection of visual math proofs is well over several hundred. In this series I will explain them and prove their correctness.