Solutions to exercises in Rust crash course lesson 1, "Kicking the Tires."
Lesson 1 in the Rust crash course: kicking the tires with some basic usage of Rust.
I recently was asked the question "is it healthy?" about a food item. This blog post is an answer to that.
I'm happy to announce that I'll be beginning a crash course on Rust. This post describes motivations and the style this will take.
Last week, I wrote a blog post about ResourceT, and mentioned Rust's RAII being better than Haskell's bracket pattern. In this blog post, I demonstrate what this advantage is.
An explanation on my process for researching topics on health (including nutrition and exercise). Hopefully this can help others understand how I reach my conclusions, and follow similar processes for themselves.
Part 2 of teaching my kids to code, introducing variables and defining functions.
I just started teaching my kids some coding. Here are the notes from the first lesson.
A number of people expressed interest in my current multiday fast. Let me share some layperson's thoughts on the topic.
There's a user on Reddit known as snoyjerk. Just setting the record straight to avoid confusion: that's not me.
I'm planning on changing my open source priorities to focus more on helping others work on projects.
Sometimes you want to build a package that isn't in the latest Stackage snapshots. Here's a quick trick to making that easier.
A user-oriented guide to using Matrix.org and Riot.im, intended for using them for open source project communication.
Without a doubt, the most dangerous thing in all of software development is breaking backwards compatibility. We need to stop this!
Some details on an upcoming hackathon, and how you can request contributions to your open source projects