In the past couple of months I’ve started keeping my notes in a personal wiki using Vim Wiki. Rather than just keeping them on my drive, I decided to share what I’ve figured out. Right now most of what I have is links and a bit of sample code. When I do a major update I’ll post a link here. I hope you find it useful.
I have a couple of announcements to make. First, I haven’t been able to produce anything substantial this week because I’ve had a severe respiratory bug that’s kept me out of commission since Monday. If the Doctor’s correct I should be up and rolling again in the next couple of days. Second, I’m going to be making some changes to the content of this blog. When I started most of my other projects had been lying fallow for months. Now three of them have picked up at once, all of which require that I learn specifically for them. This is great, it’s exciting, it means that I have to choose between them, the blog, and sleep.
Rather than drop the blog completely I’m going to be writing about what I learn as I’m working on each of these projects, right now the things in my queue are:
- Relational DB Design
- The Wintermute Engine
- Prolog (More advanced than a month’s worth)
- Scala (see Prolog)
I’ve enjoyed working on learning new languages and sharing the projects as I’ve gone, and would like to continue to do so. So I intend to, either at a much slower schedule or intermittently as I have time, continue to do the new language project. I’d be interested in feedback from any current readers for what they’d like to see.