Gave a talk at my company today about testing in software
I spent the whole day yesterday installing alpine Linux on DEV1-S Scaleway instance and then configuring matrix server with Traefik and I do not regret a thing
I have ascended past the need of a WM or even tmux :expanding_brain_4:
After de-coc-ifying my neovim install, I spent another day to port my vimrc to lua. VimL is no more! (Now to move away from all plugins which rely solely on VimL)
Finally upgraded my way over a decade old chair
I haven’t gotten any ticket!
I have successfully de-coc-ified my neovim. :CocInstall is no more :cooll-thumbs:
Just signed a new contract and I officially am not only a developer but also a project manager and devops engineer :ferrisbongo:
actually making progress on a tool I actually plan on using daily
finally moved 100% to using just vim and nothing else and it's sooooooooooo nice (font made larger for screenshotting purposes)
finally migrated away from Ubuntu on my VPS to Alpine
sneak peek on a crazy thing I'm working on right now
Guys this fronted stuff is too easy
I became a proud owner of your-mum.gay if someone wants an email or a subdomain over here HMU I think it makes for a very professional-looking addressLinux ultrawide setup complete.
Protip: if you want a laptop for Linux, pick one either without a discrete gpu or an AMD one as getting external displays connected to a dedicated nvidia gpu while also having integrated intel one made it a huge pain. Would not recommend
I promised and I deliver - it came unharmed and turned out bigger than I thought but I’m sooooo happy I finally got an ultrawide
stay tuned for tomorrow and hope my item doesn't arrive at my door broken 🤞
I created a discord bot utilizing the new slash commands
Me and my team got 10th place in the XMAS CTF I'm sooo happy
My keyboard arrived today and I’m super stoked! It’s the first item that I bought for money I earned 100% myself
Seeing some great responses to my new blogpost
getting started on my new blogpost
Today’s been my first day at work! I set up the actual repository for the project we’re working on and made some good progress overall, really looking forward to this job
I just wanted to share with y’all that I got my first ever job and I’m really excited!
Started working on my portfolio website! First time ever trying to make an actual website, yet alone a responsive one :react:
decided to write a brainfuck compiler with LLVM backend as my daily programming challenge! At the top you can see how my interpreter performs in comparison to the compiled version (it's 5 times slower!!!!!)
Didn’t do anything because I’ve been sick the past couple of days but here’s my pupper
How I spent my last day of summer vacation:
started writing official specification for my programming language but got bored already so back to programming!
I have finally put my programming language project on github and posted in on #ship, today's been a good day
One of very early drafts for a logo for my programming language, what do you guys think of it?
the address-of operator - hacked together but it kinda works if you use it with a literal so I'm happy with that I guess?
my own language is now compiling and running I'm so hyped
Learned very recently that being a student gives me unity pro for free; finally an excuse to get into game dev
writing custom syntax highlighting is basically just writing the parser you've already written but in JSON and not in code or regex
Today I’ve continued to work on code validation, implemented a very basic way to import foreign functions and just overall refined what I had thus far. I know I’ll have a lot of rewriting and refactoring to do if I ever want the public to use this language but it has to do as it’s for a programming language jam 😛
overall really happy with the progress I’m making
type inferring works oh my gosh I'm so hype
I take stuff like type inferring for granted when in reality it's much more complicated than one might think. I start appreciating compilers and code checkers more, even the basic ones, after building my own thing
For the first time ever I’ve built a lexer and a parser completely from scratch so now I can move on to actually fun parts of building a language
the parser is starting to come together
Decided to give writing my own language a shot but I’m still brainstorming over syntax and stuff like that, what do you guys think about this function definition syntax? You can either explicitly specify the return type and have a block for body or make it a single expression with the type inferred. Still not sure if I want to have the arguments list optional or not :think: