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    Chris G

    2 years ago
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    opeispo

    2 years ago
    Thinking about it now, won’t configuring Kubernetes be a good fit for Visual Programming? Definitely sounds better in my head that yaml. Does this already exist? Is there a complication I’m missing?
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    Xandor Schiefer

    2 years ago
    https://citrine-lang.org/ seems like this'll lead to an interesting discussion. Not sure about
    Citrine does not support comments, forcing authors to write self-documenting code.
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    Xandor Schiefer

    2 years ago
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    Ricardo A. Medina

    2 years ago
    Probably asked before but, what is your go-to tool for the implementation of a language prototype in terms of parsing, compiling, etc? Language, library, generator...?
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    Alex Miller

    2 years ago
    https://medium.com/the-long-now-foundation/six-ways-to-think-long-term-da373b3377a4 prompt: how does this frame affect your thoughts about the future of programming?
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    Chris Knott

    2 years ago
    I recently finished Exhalation, a collection of short stories by Ted Chiang. This one (The Truth of Fact, The Truth of Feeling), which interleaves a near-future journalist, with a colonial era missionary and tribe, I found very insightful regarding the effects that thinking tools have on thinking - http://web.archive.org/web/20131204053806/http://subterraneanpress.com/magazine/fall_2013/the_truth_of_fact_the_truth_of_feeling_by_ted_chiang
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    daltonb

    2 years ago
    Is this excerpt a draft or is it up somewhere? Can’t wait to hear more about what you’re working on!
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    Aria Minaei

    2 years ago
    I just came across this design concept. It's an interesting take on the idea of notes, knowledge management, exploration, and, well, Memex. Especially interesting for me is the fact that it acknowledges the benefits of linear encoding of information in tools like Roam Research, yet rejects it as insufficient as it excludes "other mentalities." Another highlight is that it asks browsers to work within the information blocks, rather than in parallel to them. A nice example of composable tools over integrated apps.
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