Most functions I write are curried. Some people are put off by its unfamiliarity, while others love it. Are you scared? Let's unmask the spooky ghost and see it for what it is, scooby-doo style.
A lot of the time, code is about sharing ideas, in addition to solving problems. In code, ideas are most often expressed as abstractions. And solving a problem is usually building up a solution using several small ideas put together. Interested?
A lot of people think I nitpick when I talk about the order of arguments in a function. Let's try to put an end to that!
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In technical interviews, there's one trait I hone in on. It's a litmus test for potential hires. Through careful dialogue and tailored questioning, I unravel this decisive factor. Curious?
Problem-solving is a universal skill, applicable in numerous scenarios, even when the context shifts from software to hardware. Today, I want to share a tale from my own experience, where I applied problem-solving strategies, typically used in software debugging, to an entirely different realm - a mechanical keyboard. My trusty
What truly lies at the heart of software engineering? Is it the lines of code we meticulously craft, or is it something more profound? Having navigated through various programming languages like F#, Clojure, and TypeScript over two decades, I've uncovered that the essence of software engineering lies not
Greetings, dear readers! I am thrilled to announce a spectral shift in my blogging journey. I've decided to "ghost" Medium in favor of a more open "medium" - Ghost. This uncanny move was prompted by my desire to align more closely with the principles
Recently, I came across a problem where I had to generate primitive Pythagorean triples. Much to the wrath of several people, I’m gonna…
Discover surprising probability insights from a Wordle bot competition, where a risky optimization strategy led to unexpected lessons.