Category: Year Review
2022 was certainly an interesting year. While the world events were rather depressing, we are not here to talk about them. Instead, let us explore what I did this year—if just to help me remember it years down the line.
In January, I ended up messing around with my domains. I wrote about this in a previous blog post, but here’s a summary: To improve email delivery, I moved this website from
quantum5.ca. Furthermore, I saw
qt.axwas open for registration, and registered it to use as my URL shortener. While switching to
quantum5.cawas a relatively straightforward procedure, registering
qt.axat a rather steep price of €32/year would bring about a rather interesting sequence of events, as we shall see later.
I also talked earlier about my globally distributed backend, which in January consisted of three nodes: Montréal, Amsterdam, and Sydney. By the end of the year, this would change significantly.
In February, I implemented my own version of the French Republican Calendar for fun, which spawned a whole series of posts on the subject. At the end of the month, AMD dropped the retail price of the Ryzen 9 5950X, at which point I impulsively bought one to replace my 3900X, which would have some interesting consequences.