A 30-something maker of middling skill and intellect. Proud owner of several wrong opinions. Programmer by profession. Happless cog in the great clockwork of IT industry. Skilled crafter of sentence fragments.
I like software (linux, go, tcl, C) and hardware (MSP430, embedded linux devices). 3D modeling parts for 3D printing is 3D fun.
150 250 lines of Go code drive this website. The standard lib http server serves
up the pages and the only non-standard packages are used for mardown-to-HTML conversion
and the excellent chi-router package for easier management of routes and middleware. Some data is pulled
from the markdown pages like tags and the first header is used as the page title. The pages
are stored as simple text files on disk, edited via my regular editor micro
and version control is through git. It’s pretty basic and rudimentary. But it’s also direct
When I’m happy with my code and it’s fully-document2 I’ll publish the code to github.
Rule of Three
Gotta have three headings. It’s the rule.
- Did you know some people think approximately means ‘exactly’? I thought this was a one-off fluke; one random person was confused, but multiple times now I’ve encountered people and have heard second hand of people confusing approximately for exactly. Weird, eh?
- So, never.