Author: Stuart

Org Mode for Blogging

On the impossibility of separating content from presentation I like writing in Emacs’ Org mode, not because it’s an especially good means of writing prose, but because I already use Org so heavily for notes and source code. My last post was written in Org mode. But my blog remains, as it always has been,…

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Podcast Is Happening

I’m five episodes in, so I think it is safe to announce that I have a podcast! No Manifestos is a podcast about people living with technology, because that describes everyone today. Whether you work in the sciences, business, or the software industry itself, everyone has to use and live with software.

Triple-Screen Pairing Dream

I’ve spent time at various jobs “pairing” with another developer in a different location. Sometimes I think I must have tried every different piece of software ever developed for this purpose. I have not been completely satisfied with any of them.

Clojure Don’ts: Thread as

A brief addendum to my last post about Clojure’s threading macros. As I was saying … I said you could use as-> to work around the placement of an argument that doesn’t quite fit into a larger pattern of ->. My example was: (-> results :matches (as-> matches (filter winning-match? matches)) (nth 3) :scores (get…

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