I occasionally blog about functional programming and other computational stuff, or anything related to computers in general. These write-ups are tagged as
fun. I sometimes note what happens in meatspace as well. Such writings might still have a thing or two to do with computing (given it is integrated into my life) and they are tagged as
As usual, the good old RSS feed is available.
If you are instead looking for the more formal literatures of mine, they are listed in my ORCID profile.
One of the goals for the Hare programming language is to be able to write
kernels, such as my Helios project. Kernels are complex beasts which exist
in a somewhat unique problem space and have …
—Drew DeVault's blog,
Let’s keep this short, shall we?
As a professor, I am privileged with some time off that other professions do not enjoy.
One would expect—and some hope—that I would spend that time on holiday, …
—bbbhltz on Digressional Didact,
I got my first computer when I was about 9 years old, back then there where no Internet and few Danish book shops with any computer related books. In my teens the book shops started to have c…
Despite my last post, I am not actually content on this
operating system. I believe that I have laid out some of the inconveniences
the last time:
weird sndio control quirk
too limited file acce…
—Home page on Huy's site,