I've been a vi/vim guy since I was first introduced to Unix (in the form of aix). I held an uninformed hatred of emacs, inherited from my teachers.
How very wrong I have been.
Org mode is the most incredible tool I've ever used. Realizing I could create to-do lists, estimate the tasks, clock in and out, and then summarize time spent in a nice table was fantastic.
It's been completely worth rewiring my brain. Though I still doubt myself when I move with arrow keys.
@noelle for someone just using the service, I really like the PWA. It looks better than the majority of Android options I could find
@PINE64 yeah...no spaces. I just confirmed. It also doesn't care what the email prefix is. It objects to the domain.
Hey, @PINE64 , why can't I use my own custom domain email address to sign up for your forum? I have a sinistermrcream domain, but your registration form tells me I must have a valid email when I enter an email address at the domain...
@jsalvador Rust would be a good choice too. With C knowledge he would probably get started quickly.
Python is obviously less work to get something that functions. I love Python to sketch out my ideas.
I'm a serial dabbler in languages. Python, Clojure, ClojureScript, Rust. Not one would I consider myself an expert in, yet I constantly find myself attracted to the next.
Now, though, I have languages for general use, data science, jvm development, better js development, and systems programming, even if they all need practice.
Anyone else a nomad?
@jsalvador can you use something like dev.to and then publish a short summary with link to GitHub page if you're not writing in English?
Another day, another Google product is given a death date. Google Trips will be gone in early August.
This is the reason I went with Rust over Go. I wanted something not tied to Google and their arbitrary ending of support.
It's for this reason I will keep looking at ClojureScript React Native for any app development too; as cool as Flutter looks, I can't be sure of it's lifespan.
Microsoft now owes Oracle $200 million in licensing fees.
Cream always rises to the top!
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