We are on a mini-weekend-vacation, having a great time, break bread at a great locally owned sushi restaurant, head out and stop at a half-priced-books, only to find a book that I already had on my list, brand new, great price… awesome! :)
Tag Archives: Learning
Set up the upstairs bookshelf with Spring reading; it looks great.
Computing is very poorly understood. Case in point here is the litmus test I would argue to you that: In North America you can pull any 18 year old randomly off the street and ask them to do something and it would go like this: 1. Can you build a basic bridge between a 3ft [...]
Last week my partner and I finished the process of disassembling a working 5HP engine, learning how to measure, how to service, and finally reassembling and successfully starting the engine. It was a lot of fun. Those gasoline lawn mower engines are very remarkable machines!
Understanding the Y-Combinator seems to be one of the functional programming right-of-passage things, and for good reason, it is fun. Not all of the articles out there spoke to me, so I took notes while coding it up in a way that I understood it. My notes are attached in the form of a Scribble [...]