I recently wrote a simple console app in C#. This post tells you more about the language, the .NET ecosystem, and why you should write your next app in it.
A short time ago, the macOS display menu stopped working for me. It no longer had options to change mirroring settings, only supporting AirPlay. So I wrote my own, also solving some other issues.
Five months ago, I decided to make the switch from my trusty old desktop computer, running Arch Linux, to a MacBook Pro. I picked the 2015 13" base model with an upgraded hard drive. The device is beautiful, and just works™, which is pretty important to me.
Recently I was working on some C# and Java code. And along the way, I used Python and Vim to (re)write my code. A small Python script and a 6-keystroke Vim macro did it faster and better than a human would.
Every programmer should learn a good scripting language and use a programmable editor like Vim. Why? Here are two examples, after the break.
I recently started writing Python code. And I love it.