@J_cordz7+So today I finished school early so I had a lot of time to do homework, study and play some games! I'm also going to be applying my new coding knowledge for making my website! I also research more on ways to customize NeoVim :vim: and submitted my first poll to #poll-of-the-day! It's probably going to be up tomorrow, and it's a dinosaurs themed poll! 🦕 Lastly, I saw this amazing README Recruiting page :linear: that talked about computers, the story of how things were before, how they're now and what's up for our future, and it included a very cool phrase: "The best way to predict the future is to invent it.":macintosh-stcicker:
@Skyascii0Finally here after a long break, here's a Vim rice I worked on a few weeks ago (colored comments yay!)
@suryaansh3I will soon be on day 7 doing of js (with vim 🙂)!!
@ZaynB0My solvo for Day 1 of Advent of Code, not too hard :)
its great because its also making me learn more about vim like how to replace all occurrences of something (:s(ubstitute)) and how to split windows equally (Ctrl-W + =)
@J_cordz7+Today I did some research on how to build a Digital Garden, which is a different approach to blogging, it seems to me that it's a good way to direct my notebook/personal website, and that it's very helpful to post about the varied topics of things that I know and want to share with the world.
Also today I advanced again in my splatter-paint workshop and saw another lecture from The Missing Semester of Your CS Education now focused on the use of Git, after watching two videos yesterday focused on Vim and Dotfiles, In addition to this, I also added new things to my Obsidian database/Second Brain of things I'm learning and that I will add into my new project in development.
@caleb2interesting stuff that happened today:
• I randomly got Xcode 13 (and it has Vim mode)
• gadzooks.me now uses Next.js ~🤮~
• I won a :pop-os: coaster(???)
@zfogg1i discovered <about://flags/#memories> and <about://memories> (~chrome92)
kinda disappointed it's not like snapchat / facebook memories hahaha
@neel.redkar3I decided to learn rust and wrote a simple tts server :owo:
Its cool because I can run it on my computer and people can just randomly say stuff
(i also have to concede rust with vim is pretty cool)