Published on 2 February 2021.
This is what I’ve been up to in January 2021:
I posted a video demoing my note taking application. I have a few ideas of things I would like to improve in it. I’m thinking about recording some hacking sessions and publishing them. Let me know if you would be interested in that.
I created a simple HTML file upload form to learn more how file transfer over HTTP works. I have an idea for a different kind of CI system that I would like to try and implement. It is a big project and I’ve not committed to anything, so it will likely not happen anytime soon. But I’ve had the idea for a while and felt the urge multiple times to attempt to implement it. Anyway, file transfer over HTTP might be one part of that system.
I read parts of Clean Code again. Readability is important, but when reading the examples, I couldn’t help to think that no matter how clean we write our code, it would benefit from a description in prose as well. I’m thinking about Literate Programming. Why has it not caught on? Why is nobody using it? I might want to research this topic a bit. I have some practical experience with LP through RLiterate. Perhaps RLiterate can solve some problems with LP. At least it can be a playground for trying out new ideas.
I continued work on the blog post about the configuration of my Kinesis Advantage 2 keyboard.
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