Empieza el curso. Silabeador de francés: https://www.scribblab.com/outils/syllaber
Que Dios me ayude con los franchutes porque no tengo ni puñetera idea de francés.
@editora web3 is going just great https://twitter.com/web3isgreat/status/1549896775376445440?t=89s2gzfUoKAV-LHfeXEs5g&s=19
every now and then yeah, comments on the internet do make you feel good https://lobste.rs/s/akvnzg/scheme_primer#c_jaizlv
OMG! I'm so excited to announce that through my work at @spritelyinst we've published A Scheme Primer: https://spritely.institute/news/the-spritely-institute-publishes-a-scheme-primer.html
Direct link: https://spritely.institute/static/papers/scheme-primer.html
This document manages to serve two purposes:
- As a quick skim, it's a reasonable intro to "how to start programming with Scheme with no prior experience". Hey, tutorials are useful!
- But also, in less than 30 pages we manage to compress a TON of computer science ideas in a way that I think is really, really approachable.
The document ends with a code example, and full walkthrough, of a Scheme interpreter written in Scheme... in a mere 30 lines of code! It's like 3/4 of Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs compressed into a document you could read in an afternoon!
GNU Meetup in Turkey has been announced. I hope I can make it there without troubles with questioning by government people in airport.
Tom Lord, the person who started #gnu #guile , died last week. https://twitter.com/andywingo/status/1542606446269026306?t=Xe9WwUGTriZi9k8iwmodCw&s=19
Hello! I wrote a little library to make iteration in Guile Scheme less painful, based on my positive experiences with Racket's "for/foo" macros: https://gitlab.com/dustyweb/guile-simple-iterators
Introduction to using Lean 4 as a programming language, aimed at people with no background in functional programming. https://twitter.com/d_christiansen/status/1534944263129251840?s=20&t=aUIQ_HRmsIXoZWrh_SvDSg
Here's a new illustration for the Wikipedia article on Mrs. Miniver's problem, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mrs._Miniver%27s_problem
The problem asks to arrange two circles so that their intersection (yellow) has the same area as the surrounding parts of the union (blue). It involves solving a transcendental equation, so this seemed like a good time to write a script to find the geometry numerically before switching to a graphics editor to color it in. Source code at https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Mrs_Miniver%27s_Problem.svg
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