From time to time I write about *.
In this text I show how to implement proper localisation in Bash.
Kill your side projects
I try to explain that side projects can be a burden for a programmer. For various reasons. I try to emphasize my idea by showing examples. If you feel bad just by having some unfinished side projects, I invite you to read this text. It's short! Go ahead! :)
This is a short introduction to the Scheme programming language. It assumes you are using DrRacket. It's not complete but covers the very basics. This should get you going in an hour if you already are a programmer.
The Eiffel method
I once was learning the Eiffel programming language and I found a Mooc by Bertrand Meyer and Marco Piccioni from ETH Zürich. It was a refreshing experience.
Kwort 4.3.1 Setup
Kwort is an argentinian Linux distribution. Originally based on Slackware Linux, it's now based on crux. And because Kwort doesn't really have a setup, I explain how to setup Kwort in an easy way. With pictures!!! :)
The Enterpri[s|c]e Trap
Oh, this is a fun text. I had a dispute with a colleague about vendor lock-in and this publication is the result. I describe that you shouldn't rely too much on 3rd party libraries. With the emphasis on "not too much". Surely no one wants you to reinvent the wheel again :).
Static Linking with Nim
Nim is a programming language. In this text I explain how to link your nim programs statically. This comes in handy when you want to share the executable with different users who are using different flavours of Linux distributions.
An honest review about Purebasic. I also show how to make use of modules and better structure your code in Purebasic.