Published on 4 May 2020.
This is what I’ve been up to in April 2020:
I finished the blog post about Layout/Update problem in wxPython.
I read Crafting “Crafting Interpreters”. It was fun to read about his process of writing the book.
I watched LEADERSHIP LAB: The Craft of Writing Effectively. Main takeaway was that the most important thing about writing is that it should be valuable to the reader. Everything else is secondary. A good structure to make it valuable is to first describe a problem (that the reader has) and then a solution.
I watched (ninth RacketCon): Andrew Blinn – Fructure: A Structured Editing Engine in Racket. It inspired me.
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