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I recorded a reading of The Enchiridion
announcing my ef.sh 2.x (my own static site generator)
I decided to switch up my website, a lot! This post is about what I did (changed the style, moved to aws s3 + cloudflare, and rewrote my bash site compiler)
Digging into Nix packaging, and I thought I'd share what I found about maintaining Python packages outside of the core NixPkgs repository
Had some fun learning a little bit about polymorphism and references in Rust
I decided to add something entirely frivilous to my terminal
Rust just hit 1.0 alpha, and I think it's time to get into it, and what better way than a useless HTTP server?
Wherein I talk about very little
A continuation of my self-driven attempt to learn a bit about 2D game physics, specifically vector rotation
The last bit I'll do on vectors as they relate to 2D game physics
What Went Right? What Went Wrong? What Can I Do Better Next Time?
Years to late, but just perusing some of his writing and have a couple thoughts
If you frequent places like Hacker News or Reddit, you might run into this problem
What an amazing accomplishment! 25 years of planning, 10 years of waiting, and finally humanity has landed on Comet 67P (Churyumov-Gerasimenko)
I feel like I'm really out of the loop here...
Some motivation to use Nim... why not write some 2d physics stuff?
Had a chance to learn about pointer usage in Nim
A hotly debated topic, I wanted to dive in and see how they were used in Nim
I found myself asking, "Now, how do I test this?"
Nope, not done learning about Nim yet!
How to use SDL input with the Nim SDL2 wrapper
I got a ball rolling!
Nim is holding my limited spare-time attention for the moment, so here's some things I learned about it.
Still exploring Nim
While reading discussion on Jonathan Blow's lectures from my last post, I stumbled across Nim.
16 (ish) short days until the 31st Ludum Dare!
My thoughts on the near 3-hour 'epic'
Saw this series, looks to be fun to watch!
MS and Google are both, round-aboutly, endorsing github!
Jonathan Blow has been talking about developing a new language for a couple months now
This guy put together a 680000 Linux on a Solderless Breadboard...
I challenged myself to write a blog post every day for 30 days, now that I've finished here's what I learned
Last week I ended my 30 day challenge promising a long form article on 2D game physics using Nim, and here it is!
Just want to say a few words about the recent announcements on Techcrunch Distrupt
Decided to poke around purescript a little
A little bit about how I setup my self-hosted private git repos
I have high hopes for Firefox OS and Ubuntu Touch
I read an article ("Living the Future of Technical Writing" by Scott Chacon) and I have some thoughts
Just wanted to talk about one of my favorite artists
Another of my favorite artists
Just a a couple tips/tricks for AWS
I decided to give integrating metalsmith and asciidoc a go
Switched static site generators again :D
My latest venture into rss readers
I created a (very) custom static site generator using Bash and Pandoc
The good, the bad, and the ugly about my experience during my 6th attempt at the Ludum Dare 48-hour game making competition.
A few of my current opinions on documentation of libraries and frameworks used by developers
My mother bought me some root beer extract to make last year, and FINALLY was able to make it!
While Dandelion's were nice and yellow, I decided to make some Dandelion Wine!
My family-in-laws bought me a Mr. Beer kit, and I made it!
My first hard cider -- I slacked off a BUNCH in making a post about this one!
Some notes about setting up and using HaxePunk
A quick note about the use of 'Dynamic' in Haxe function signatures
Post-mortem of my Ludum Dare
After 8 weeks, I got some homebrewed booze bottled!
Failure, but it's not all bad!
A look back at what went right, what went wrong, and how I think I could improve
I want to share some example code that describes how to do a simple LinearPath tween w/ the HaxePunk Library
Github is hosting a month long game making competition, and I want to share some code that describes how to do a simple tween w/ the HaxePunk Library
Well, I like using tmux and thought it'd be nice to collect commands That I tend to use.
Just got my Raspberry Pi in the mail, check out the unboxing!
I've decided to experiment with brewing, and what better way than to start with a simple mead?
Preparing some eggnog for the winter months!
The Ludum Dare 48 hour competition is coming up fast, what am I doing to prepare?
Now I have to make a game with the theme 'Evolution' in 48 hours