Welcome to my digital garden. This is my personal wiki where I share everything I know about this world in form of an online MkDocs book based on a vimwiki hosted on my personal web server and mirrored on GitHub.
If this is your first time visiting this wiki, you can just start reading from the top entry down and see what sparks your interest. You can quickly search the contents of this wiki by using the search bar in the top right or you can explore the navigation bar at the top left together with the tree view on the left. Each page is a topic that can include other sub-topics under it related to the parent topic.
In this digital garden you will find all the notes I've made on a huge variety of topics, including, but not limited to:
- Software development
- Software in general
I update this wiki almost daily and use it myself for my own reference. I mostly write things and structure them in a way that I can understand and access them the best, and reference what I know easily and quickly.
Grow Your Own Digital Garden#
If you have taken a liking to my website, don't be afraid to create one of your own and share what you know with the world. r/DigitalGardens is a small community on Reddit where you can find like-minded people who discuss tools to create wikis like this and showcase their own digital gardens. Also check out the second brains mention in the Inspiration section for similiar amazing projects.
This is the tech stack powering this digital garden:
- Material for MkDocs
- PyMdown Extensions
- Apache HTTP Server
My digital garden is heavily inspired by the following similiar wikis:
- Nikita Voloboev's Everything I know
- lyz-code's The Blue Book
- Gwern Branwen's personal website
- Joel Hooks' Digital Garden
If you are interested in creating your own digital garden, I highly recommend you to check out theirs as well!