The first step in opening a jar is to get a jar. But, how do we do that? Let's let recursion figure that out for us.
Opening a jar is a pretty easy task, right? Well, I'm going explain to you how to do it anyway. Good luck!
As much as I love to write, I don't read nearly as much as I should. That's why when I recommend an article, you should probably check it out.
After three hackathons, I figured it was time to talk about the way to move forward. Surely, we can make them a lot better.
I fixed a memory leak caused by a Windows driver, and I'm proud of it. Please clap.
Recently, I read The Skills of Argument by Deanna Kuhn, a book about argumentation as a key to beliefs, and it got me thinking about some of my own beliefs in tech. So I wondered, have you reflected...