Solutions to exercises in Rust crash course lesson 2, "Basics of Ownership."
Lesson 2 in the Rust crash course: learning the basics of ownership.
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.