Writing a compiler: looking up constants by namespace. https://youtu.be/FTgRWgiwHFU
Day 8 on the “Writing a Compiler” Advent calendar: Array#first and Array#last. My shortest video yet! https://youtu.be/x-XqMM2cI-A
ary[i] = “foo” 👈 what is that called? Array subscript assignment? Whatever it is, it works in Natalie now. 😁 Short video: https://youtu.be/170_OziSFwQ
Another compiler video, much shorter this time 😅 — passing arguments to blocks. https://youtu.be/LJLXjUxlhkQ
Dude, this thing is coming together!
I just realized how *little* Make I actually know 😳 https://www.gnu.org/software/make/manual/make.html#Text-Functions
I recorded a video on adding blocks to Natalie. 1.5 hours 👊 Now we have closures and we can do some really cool stuff with the language! 🎉 https://youtu.be/DmgGXv2w6MM
Writing a compiler: if/else expression in Natalie https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sIiCTYnCS-E
I guess I’m old but I really don’t care about all this machine learning stuff. I mean, unless it can help me finish the last 20% of my projects. #reinvent
Not sure what all these C-level changes are that Andy Jassy is talking about, but seems like we can do better. #reinvent
I added true, false, and some equality methods to the Natalie compiler last night. My longest video yet! 😬
I implemented symbols in Natalie on my plane ride this afternoon. Here's a little review of that code: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qd7xTYCfxrE
My son’s laptop a few days ago started randomly going to sleep without notice. Super annoying. After much (much!) troubleshooting in software settings, we stepped back and discovered the magnetic clasp on his watch band was triggering the hall sensor for the laptop lid.
It’s funny when you’re accustomed to thinking in software to find that a problem is based in the physical world!
I recorded a short video about my programming language Natalie: ignoring comments in the parser. https://youtu.be/WOTscXUMkFI
Natalie is a compiled, object-oriented programming language I started working on a couple weeks ago. https://github.com/seven1m/natalie
It resembles Ruby so far; not sure how far I will push that resemblance though...
"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko