So You Want to Build a PC: Introduction

One of the most common comments I get (especially on Twitter) is "help! I want to build a PC but I have no idea where to start!" My original thought was to do one post documenting the build process, but I believe that more value will be had if I break the post into a series of posts. This way, I can go over more things in much more detail. So, that said, I will start to post individual articles under the title "So You Want to Build a PC" or SYWTBAPC for short. Let's get started!

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Side Project: Water Cooling My PC

I built my first desktop computer as a teenager when I started to become interested in PC gaming. Since then, I've done multiple iterations and upgrades until I finally arrived at a place where I was comfortable enough to water cool my computer. Water cooling is often done by hobbyists as a way to reduce temperatures and noise, and to enable overclocking hardware components while maintaining good temperatures. This post details the process of water cooling my personal computer.

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Accessibility in Interview Processes

If you don't know me that well, you may not know that last year I was diagnosed with c-PTSD. Since then, I have realized just how much my diagnosis affects me and how easy things are for me – including interviews. I'd like to share experiences from recent interviews that stood out for me, both in terms of accessibility wins and losses.

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