5 minutes read | 931 words by Ruben BerenguelSome links are affiliate links
A mixed bag of interesting history tidbits sprinkled with Haskell code, Scala
stuff, data engineering systems and practices, and how to code with your voice.
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It’s a Scheme (R5RS compliant)
written in Haskell, work in progress. Even with my limited understanding of
Haskell I could follow (of course, I have a relatively good understanding of how
Lisp and Scheme are implemented and parsed).
I have a 3 year old iPhone, and the amount of advancements in camera technology
is probably the only tempting thing about the newer models. NOTE: between
writing this and publishing, the battery of my iPhone 7 has given up completely,
so tomorrow I may be getting a new iPhone ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
I had a keyboard smashing afternoon trying to get a sample project to build in
Haskell. I remember having the same feeling with Scala when I started, so I hope
I eventually get familiar with it as well.
I have been interested in voice coding since I saw this other
video, 6 years ago. We all know too
much typing can lead to RSI and similar issues. The time to address it is
before you reach that point, hence I’m trying it these days. I’ll be writing
my findings and configurations “soon” (the idea was to do it last during the
previous week, so go figure).
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