Software engineering, psychology, generative art. Expect a similar wide range in the future as well. You can check all my weekly readings by checking the [tag here](
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Could be Autumn Rhythm, Letter C
If you are wondering why the list is shorter this week (and is so late) is because
last week I said I was going to play Stardew Valley, and I complied. Oh, I also played a bit with creating fun models with Alloy, maybe I’ll explain something soon.
The way Richard Feynman found interesting stuff and just had a go (have you read Surely you’re joking, Mr Feynman?) is astonishing.
I’ve been researching better ways to help my coworkers while I’m remote. This VS Code setup looks interesting, although I’ll need to get an emacs/vim plugin if I am to use it.
If you run OCR on paint splashes, you get mostly valid Perl code.
I always enjoy a good generative art finding, and Truchet tiles have always claimed a spot in my heart (I loved
Cameron Browne’s Che game, even if it’s a bit thin after a while)
I follow Shane’s podcast (and newsletter) regularly, so I’ve been looking forward the release of his audiobook. Now, it’s here, and I got it already.
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