Last year I tried implementing syntactic unification and got completely stuck on the algorithms. Last week I read the MicroKanren paper and discovered that unification could be very simple. Let me show you how!
I don’t want to have to use GitHub for all my personal projects while they still support ICE, so I figure out how to do my own hosting.
I learn how to write my own mod for a C# game so that I can skip a part I was stuck on. You can do it to! (This post contains minor spoilers for the Dark Bramble in Outer Wilds)
Write a Hello World program in Rust, without ever pressing the A key, and learn some things along the way.
I tell the dramatic story of one of my early heat signature games.
I am surprised to discover that LLVM can optimize the standard peano definition of addition, so I set out to investigate.
I benchmark a few different implementations of min, because that’s fun.
I discuss the approach I used to fix a bug in VCV Rack despite having never looked at the codebase before.
We solve a fun, surreal debugging mystery involving pip and version compatibility.
I got a PR merged into Rust, wow, that’s pretty cool!