wow, hectic day today. the oscilloscope that i ordered online of course arrived broken (should've known better), but we found someone locally that will hopefully lend his working one to us for the duration of the fair. Would be amazing to have the other one fixed to show two, but I'm doubting that honestly.
Running this workshop on Saturday, at the Makerfaire in Rome:
this is amazing, a little lisp implemented in 800 lines of C, with a DSP engine and immediate-mode UI.
Builds in a second, comes with a great-sounding, demo synth with full GUI.
would be happy for suggestions of course. sources that I do have are:
wow, it is incredible how hard it is to find a paper or article that simply takes a look at how the lackof data ownership in cloud/saas etc is affecting end-users - in the end-user programming community this seems obvious and is the undertone of every piece of commentary I find, but in g scholar I can't find a thing.
am I looking for the wrong terms or is there simply noone that cares?
wow, kak-lsp (language-server implementation) works wayyy too well out of the box. `gr` (Go References) opens a new buffer with all the matching lines, hit enter on any and it brings you there sooo snappily. Also in general this is way more snappy than vim, not sure if its the plugins i have there or just faster
got there from https://simblob.blogspot.com/2019/10/verb-noun-vs-noun-verb.html which is also worth reading!
does anyone here use Kakoune?
Reading the rationale right now (http://kakoune.org/why-kakoune/why-kakoune.html) and it sounds like it (attempts to) fix the things I don't like about vim after years of use.
keeping a project log as part of the thesis, added a posts for the last two days:
the client loads its data via the same mechanism it is loaded itself. After navigating to
the client fetches
which you can view in human-readable form by leaving out the json type, and letting it default to text/html:
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