Various forms of "directed" programming have become very popular these days. However, I find that many of these are too restrictive and not conducive to what I consider a "human" creative approach to programming. Sometimes, it's nice to have a wild, messy, and non-linear space in
So I decided to try to run a Pub server the other day. Unfortunately, it turns out that the state of the pub servers is rather poor right now. Not that they won't work, but simply that the maintenance and work to get one up and running reliably right now
So I'm playing around with Scuttlebutt and Patchwork. I've even set up a pub server: social.sacrideo.us Specifically intended to help those who are interested in keeping up with my own social/technical network. While I can't stand normal social media, perhaps this decentralized stuff might make it easier
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.
Co-dfns has a new User Command based interface!