Sometimes it's much easier to work in inherently stateful design spaces with an Object-Oriented-first design approach.
I wrote this blog post first on paper, and had a lot of fun doing it. Maybe you'd like to try it as well.
An excuse to write more emacs lisp, saving seconds of effort on my part in my quest to read all of "Naruto".
Pros and cons of the meow package from an avid evil-mode user.
An exploration of typst, its positives and drawbacks according to me, and a neat and minimal resume template.
My first experience of a tech meetup (in person!), followed by a pretty fun comedy show the next day.
Getting the words to use monkeytype mode (typing test) in Emacs.
Being mad at a programmer for being scared of automation, and a tiny python script to work with JSON.
A vague goals-oriented bucket list
Getting all my blogposts back from this very site
Evangelizing the benefits of fish over bourne-compatible shells.
A simple change that allowed me to use use-package more effectively, without weird errors.
High-level overview and tutorial of Docker, and maybe a reason to use it.
A jumpstart to GNU Make, and a really specific example of its utility.
My feelings on emacs packages and the allure of a minimal config.