October 9, 2019

Paying for server costs

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I'm now able to pay for my monthly server costs by starting a patreon page and blogging and promoting more.
In September I started to write a constraint solver in Julia and blogging while I code. This got quite some interest in the community over Reddit and HackerNews.

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