So my choices for programming tasks recently have been a project using a stack I consider out-dated, a project that is effectively a UI developer’s playground, or personal projects. No wonder I end up working on the last pretty much all the time.
Is there a server framework that downloads a client bundle straight from npm so a server repo can be truly separate?
Is age catching up with me? Full stack seems harder these days. More like full stacks of stacks.
Diesel tutorial was quick. Now to the biggie, a web framework. Looking at Iron.
Breaking my Rust project into chunks. Finished some JWT coding over the weekend. Digging into the Diesel tutorial, now.
Getting further learning the Rust programming language lately because I finally have a project I want to port to it.
Spent this weekend doing something I haven’t in a while, just hacking on a personal project.
This is an opportunity to teach better typing and polymorphism, not to rant…this is an opportunity to teach…
Trying to decide if softening on skepticism of Java 8/Spring Boot is legit or stockholm syndrome.
This massive refactoring at $employer is almost done, much sooner than expected. Like pushing on a wall that suddenly disappeared.