My English is a lot of fun. xD
Anyways, if you liked the video tell me because I may host some videos in a Peertube instance or something and make a channel or whatever.
The idea is to talk about programming, 3d modeling in #Blender and that kind of random shit I make.
This is just a video I recorded today but if you like it we can do it BETTER.
Talking about writing or thinking, I have a bless and a curse: I'm too hermetic, which means that I use to describe concepts or things with few words. That's probably why I've followed the paths of programming and poetry.
Ok, I decided to give up to blogging... Writing is simply not for me... 😭
"uLisp® is a version of the Lisp programming language specifically designed to run on processors with a limited amount of RAM. It currently supports the ATmega-based Arduino boards, SAM/SAMD-based Arduino boards, BBC Micro Bit, and MSP430-based LaunchPad boards. You can use exactly the same uLisp program, irrespective of the platform. …"
For those interested in #ocaml
There is a very nice web site growing where all usefull documentation about Ocaml is collected.
It’s an community effort and any help to improve the documentation is welcome as well.
Maybe you have this brilliant but hidden article in your bookmarks somewhere?
Interesting talk: "Building composable abstraction" by Eric Normand
If you are feeling out of sorts, try a grounding exercise. There are some suggestions here: http://www.livingwell.org.au/well-being/mental-health/grounding-exercises/
Currently there's a discussion on the projects GitHub, and if you know anything that may help us that's the place to go. Please try to read the conversation before pitching in though!
Nice to see that Wadler has collected the history of type class development on a single page on his website: http://homepages.inf.ed.ac.uk/wadler/topics/type-classes.html
Looks like it doesn't include instance chains/guards, though, so it must be only *his own* research on the topic.