Recently I've been trying to teach myself node, so I'm trying to build a very modest little web backend using Node, Express, Mongoose, written in Typescript, and so far with no testing because I can't figure out how to get testing to work. How are you supposed to write unit tests when the database is … Continue reading Node Just Isn’t That Great, Right?
Some thoughts on finding a software developer job...again.
Chapters 1-3 are published for general release now. More chapters available in beta.
Emergent phenomena, exponential growth...feedback loops, and how all of these are related.
How to be an organized packrat in the digital age.
A slip box is the flexible, all-encompassing, modern method of note-taking they should have taught us in school.
I'm going to get right to it. This is a technique for studying history that actually makes sense, and it's very different from how we did it when I was in school. One principal difference is that it is non-linear. Another difference is that it works. First, it is helpful to become familiar with the … Continue reading How to Teach and Learn History
A fictional reporter sits down with novelist Adam Cross to talk about his latest novel, The Moiety, available on Leanpub now.
More Common Lisp, yo! I think we are starting to figure out what macros are.
I like the teamwork of a corporate environment, and I would not have guessed that about myself before I got into this industry. I was never that kind of guy. As a young person, I rarely participated in any kind of team activity. I'm sure this is no surprise to anyone who has met me, … Continue reading Corporate Teamwork