File this under #oddly-satisfying. Fun watching a master at work.
This may be the finest intro yet.
I remember when I first started Ruby; we were using JRuby in the early days of CircleCI, and also Mongo. Both of those were well supported, with many people using them. However, we seemed to be the first to ever use them together and I quickly put together this rule of thumb:Paul Biggar, First thoughts on Rust vs. OCaml
You can go off the beaten path once and be OK, but not twice.
Also this gem:
Programming in Rust reminds me a lot of programming in C++: you add a
constto one function, and then you have to follow that
constaround the entire codebase until you finally get to the place where you learn it actually can’t be
const, and so fuck you.
Some excellent thoughts from Chris.
When I design and build a piece of furniture, it does not belong to me any more than the birdsong of the warblers outside my shop door. Since the start of my furniture career in the 1990s, I have never claimed ownership to a single design. The world is free to copy, adapt, interpret, sell …Give it Away. Now & Forever
One of the many ways you can judge a person’s woodworking experience is watching them at the bench. Beginners move a certain way – too fast, too slow or they look like me at a junior high dance. […]Grace at the Bench