To wrap up what I started in my last post, here is my solution to the A Tour of Go: Web Crawler exercise. Be sure to try it yourself before looking at my solution if you want to avoid spoilers… There were two primary tasks in this exercise. The first was to avoid downloading the … Read More
For a new high-performance web project I’m working on, I decided to learn a new “low-level” language. After looking at Julia, Rust, and Go, I decided that for several reasons I would go with… Go. To get familiar with the idiom I’ve been reading through the docs and going through the excellent A Tour of … Read More
, Fun Code
Use this word list to get an edge playing Wordle.
I’ve been working on a series of videos about an unpublished app of mine called FlipStream, and I wanted to easily insert some information about the current PowerPoint presentation on the first slide. Sadly, PowerPoint doesn’t have a generic field replacement function like Word does. So, either I type some stuff and have to remember … Read More
When you’re a full-stack developer, you often find yourself mixing and matching destination hosts on your development system. Sometimes you need to run your development codebase against a test back-end server, sometimes you need to spoof the test back-end with your local code base. All of this switching back-and-forth can be tedious, so I wrote … Read More