2021-09-01: Common Lisp Friday.
2021-09-01: Dependency Analysis of Haskell Declarations.
2021-09-01: Lisp from Nothing.
2021-09-01: Tor is a Great SysAdmin Tool.
2021-09-02: The xterm terminal emulator can do a lot more than just display text.
2021-09-04: The show must go on.
For the past 30+ years in the industry (and generally in society) I have seen nothing more stupid and absolutely devastating than people following hype, trends and “majority” rule. Not only that, but the worst part is, and that is something that is really difficult to handle, when those very people actually believe that what they are doing is the right thing. They are utterly clueless about their own stupid behavior. — Stop submitting to social conformity and use your brain instead
Here’s the thing though, you never actually need to really learn your text editor… Unless you use vim. — Vim - I hate to love you
If your choice of operating system depends on any kind of formalities rather than on technical quality, OpenBSD is not the project you are looking for. — OpenBSD: Clean, Correct Code by Default
2021-09-08: Beyond Multiple Linear Regression: Applied Generalized Linear Models and Multilevel Models in R.
Once you choose the technology that runs your blog, use it. Don’t replace it, ever. Never ever rewrite it. — How to blog
There is hardly ever a good reason to invert a matrix. — Don’t invert that matrix
2021-09-13: Write more, but shorter.
2021-09-13: gobang: A cross-platform TUI database management tool written in Rust.
2021-09-15: Billions of Code Name Permutations in 32 bits.
2021-09-15: comp.lang.c Frequently Asked Questions: A collection of hypertext pages by Steve Summit.
2021-09-16: https://huemint.com/: Color palette generator. (via Brett Terpstra)
I don’t consider myself a beginner to Unix or computers (I even have a PhD in the damn things), but I do consider myself a fairly inept and inexperienced systems administrator, with no great desire to spend the time to become better, and my needs are fairly basic - just the usual web/shell/IRC/mail server stuff, and other random infrastructure needs that come along for my work. Incidentally, this is exactly why I prefer OpenBSD. — Why I run OpenBSD
2021-09-16: Parallel versus sequential binding.
We’ve always had to wait for our code to compile. Now we need to wait for the Docker container to be built, pushed to a registry, pulled down by Kubernetes, and everything else too. — Frustrations of Modern Development.
2021-09-21: Modern Statistics with R: From wrangling and exploring data to inference and predictive modelling, by Måns Thulin.
2021-09-21: Structural pattern matching in Python 3.10.
2021-09-21: The way of Emancs (via Irreal).
2021-09-21: There are (at least) two types of package managers.
That was the week that was. (Actually I cooked the quiche and cake last week.)
2021-09-22: 3500+ posts and counting. And Hugo is still blazing fast…
~/Sites/aliquote master % hugo server | EN -------------------+------- Pages | 3603 Paginator pages | 290 Non-page files | 1 Static files | 1005 Processed images | 0 Aliases | 1 Sitemaps | 1 Cleaned | 0 Built in 7072 ms
2021-09-22: For RSS users: Starting now, my RSS entries should include full-length content, and not only the summary of each entry. Enjoy your RSS reader!
2021-09-22: The Absurdity of Modern Tools.
2021-09-22: gitui looks like a serious contender to Tig.