For professional reasons I need to stay up to date with adtech/privacy/these things. You can skip this one if you don’t care, but FLoCs are probably coming to your browser soon. If you use Chrome, at least (which you shouldn’t if you are on a Mac).
This is an interview with Rekka and Devine (100 rabbits), creators of the esteric live-coding music environment ORCΛ. I find their approach to tools very refreshing, I have tried some of them and they have a striking simplicity and focus.
As you may remember from the previous edition, I started playing the piano at the end of January. The Goldberg Variations are my favourite classical piece by far, and I hope to someday be able to play the Aria (at least). I also love jazz, and likewise I want to be able to play something close to it. This article mixes both (and is not about Jacques Loussier, surprisingly).
This is a pretty good approach for interviews. Personally, I find it hard to ask PBQ (past-behaviour questions), particularly since I’m usually more for the technical area of questions (i.e. a sidekick to the main interviewer). As such, I usually nudge some questions closer to technical areas, or ask some clarification to “gauge” some technical base rate.
A post from Matthew that feels like the first in possibly a series. Also hints at why, and some discussion I saw in spark-dev. I can see the point from both sides, but knowing how to write your own extensions is something that - I hope you don’t need to do - You want to know how to do