(In which I keep talking to myself about learning/doing stuff in the near past/future)
Read Scott Meyers’ updated C++11⁄14 book: he’s really the only one who can do a good job of explaining stuff like the subtleties of universal references. Sad to see him take a break (though I hope he’s back in time to explain C++17 to us!)
I’ve totally fallen off the Math bandwagon, and I realized this actually happened some time ago, which is very depressing. And I don’t know exactly what to do about it, so I’d like to find some way back ..
Had fun reading through a bunch of Clojure code/tutorials/books, but I don’t really have any ideas on what to do with it, as silly as that sounds
Keep opening and closing Pharo. Way too much fun, but I have lesser and lesser time for that kind of goalless fun these days. Made a mental note to keep suggesting Squeak as a strong contender for an introductory programming environment for kids.
Speculatively, if I get time, I have to get back to reading TAPL