It should come as no surprise to anyone who reads this blog that I love to program "by hand." I happen to practice a degree of ascetical programming practices, and I believe that they help me to more deeply internalize and understand problems, ultimately delivering higher quality solutions.
There's something deeply satisfying about the smooth draw of a liquid ink fountain pen gliding across high-quality, Japanese paper. In my case, an extra fine nib with Noodler's ink, and I get the distinct pleasure to watching that little glistening of the ink before it dries. Watching that sheen over
How many of you programmers write your programs in paper anymore? I am playing with the ideas right now and experimenting with whether it is a worthy thing to do or not. I already know and acknowledge the benefits of writing out papers and other documents by hand in long