If you occupy the same technocratic sphere I do, you know what a “side hustle” is. In fact, there’s a good chance you either have one, or feel like you ought to have one.
Author: Avdi Grimm
Hello friends, It’s been another chilly week here in the foothills. I managed to sneak out for a Friday morning hike, and ran across some of the fire damage from November. David McIver writes, in a post from a couple years back:
My process of writing has always been: write a sentence, or half a sentence. Then edit, edit again, and edit some more until I like the way it looks. Rinse, and repeat.
A dim view of the developer tools market, why Haskell hasn’t taken over the world, and the dangers of VR.
From time to time I have advocated for design approaches which value consistency and ease of change over raw operations per second. I realize that this strategy makes some programmers uncomfortable. So I thought I’d document some guidelines for optimizing your code.