I have fun with code.
When I want to learn a new language, there's usually a series of steps I'll take before I can be productive. I'm writing this article based on what I'd find useful if I wanted to learn C# from scratch.
One of my favorite recipes. Easy to do, tastes great every time.
In February 26, 2020, I gave a 15-minute talk for SaglacIO in front of a bit more than 60 people. It was hosted by my former employer CONFORMiT. My talk was about weekend projects for programmers.
I've been meaning to share this tip for a while. About one year ago, I discovered a software called Milton. It's a drawing application that lets you draw on an infinite canvas with an amazing zooming function. It's incredibly fast and the interface doesn't get in your way. It turns out it's really useful for taking notes or thinking about how to solve problems visually.