No Art and Science serve alone;
Patience must in the work be shown. Goethe
A continuous pursuit of knowledge for either personal or professional reasons is called “Lifelong learning” - also known as “
Brain Baking”. I discovered that in order for me to teach and inspire others, I first had to teach and inspire myself. You are looking at the result of that work.
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Interested in fleeting thoughts? Read Half-Baked Thoughts.
A Critique and reflection of the process
A follow-up on the insanity of collecting retro games
Afterthoughts on (smart) note-taking approaches
From the perspective of a Java/C#/JS/C++ dev
There goes the group chat while farming for gear...
gemini://brainbaking.com was launched!
Spotted in nginx error logs
The Web sucks. Long live the Web!
My imaginative course 'Software Engineering: Now Trending'
One OVH data center was destroyed by fire last night
Thoughts about the (d)evolution of blog interactions
Is a physical collection really worth it?
Tired of that silly LaTeX syntax?
Why do creators earn so little without actions of consumers?
A peaceful co-existence of old and new
Get more out of that AGPx4 slot!
A Focus Group of Creative Programmers
A tribute to the ideas of Neal Ford
Where's my content? It's a tarp!
Migrating from Evernote to a secure and decentralized solution
Is early adoption a good idea as a software developer?
Remarks on David Graeber's 2013 Work Rant
From a Cheap PCI128 To EAX Advanced HD
What's the 'secret' of the secret cow level in Diablo II?
From Embedded Realtek To EAX 5 Blasting Sound
The result of HDD Treasure diving
Gaming from UT2004 to (almost) The Witcher 2!
Gaming from Quake to Quake III: Arena!