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.
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.