November 24, 2022

Commiting for the Next 3 Month

I've been trying to focus on working on side-projects lately, but I did not have any specific project in mind. I was bouncing between learning, first steps in projects, and resting. I want to get more focused, and because of that, I am writing what I want to focus on for the next 3 months. Mostly, I want to learn and make something that would solve one of my own issues. Read more

November 11, 2022

What I Am Interested About

In my previous post, I urged you to start by writing on topics you are interested about. I will be doing the same. My goal is to learn about some new topics, mostly tech related, and be able to teach them. Here is a small list of what I want to be writing about Introduction to Rust for web development Introduction to Elm Creating a web appliation with Rust and Elm Coding patterns Making Rust builds faster Making your personal website with Rust What I learn reading SICP There probably are a lot already written on the topic, which is ok. Read more

November 11, 2022

You don't need to start with a niche

For the last few years, I've been trying to find a topic to actually work on to develop a side project. I had quite a few ideas, but always got stuck on the "find people and understand their needs part", because I did not know people in the domain to talk to, nor could I find those people online. You need a way to get people to discover you. Read more

April 12, 2022

Focus, and how to find it

In my life, I have often been spread way too thin between multiple ideas, projects, or just stuff I want to do. Because of that, I always have done less than what I am capable of doing. In his talk, Hammock Driven Development, Rich Hickey starts by posing a series though provoking question: When was the last time you thought hard about something for An hour ? Read more

March 17, 2022

Autoreload your Rust webserver with rust

When you create a long running application in Rust, you have to recompile your files everytime you make a change. The first way is to just run cargo run and Ctrl-C the process then run it again when you want to reload. A better way is to install cargo-watch, which will do this process automatically when you change a file in your project. You just need to run it with Read more

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