Colin Devroe

Reverse Engineer. Blogger.

Today, on my drive home from work, I experienced a bout of dizziness that forced me to pull over. It took about two minutes to subside. My hands were shaking and I was sweating. It has happened before. And I have no idea why.

I’ve missed a few photo opportunities over the last few days and I’m upset about it. I need to be more mindful.

Totality is much easier to say than Syzygy.

An announcement post will be published on my blog in just under 4 hours. May your brow drip with the sweat of anticipation until then.

Last night I watched Mission Control: The Unsung Heroes of Apollo on Netflix. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ It was great to see my area mentioned in it thanks to Glynn Lunney.

Some very nice people in our building’s parking lot allowed me to borrow their glasses. An incredible sight to see the disc of the moon blocking such a large portion of an entire star.

It is refreshing to see the media overhyping something other than politics or celebrity news. Thank you moon.

Happy eclipse day to anyone in the path. I’m eager to see how the eclipse will manifest itself this far north. No matter what, it should be interesting.

The “I’d like to suggest an edit to one of your blog posts with this link” scammers can just forward their requests to my trash bin.

All the Oreos. The answer to the question “How many Oreos did Colin eat?”

This morning’s fog was beautiful. I wish I had time to stop and shoot some photos.

🌮 Tuesday.

Of course Twilio’s platform is experiencing tons of queueing on a day that I’m to demonstrate an app to a client.

Hazy day. Did some shopping this afternoon. Finally found some suitable flip-flops/slippers and sunglasses.

Giving Minecraft a spin.

Sundar has been a good CEO for Google thus far. The next few weeks will put him to the test.

As a result of this decision, I’ve now opened commenting up on all posts so far in August 2017.

Uno cerveza por favor.

I saw one of my photos appear on’s Discover page. Thanks for that @manton.

We saw Spiderman: Homecoming ★★★☆ last weekend. It was a fun summer flick but nothing I’d gush over.