Gosh … we’re half way through the year already. So what am I up to in programming? Clojure I still think it’s a wonderful language. Not doing as much as I’d like. But it’s still great. One thing I did a few months ago was port the terminal version of Mind Traffic Control to it. […]
A quick update (for me, as much as anyone else) of where I’m at and what I’m currently thinking about … March 2017: ClojureScript and Reagent I want to get up to speed on this as my standard way of writing browser based software. React seems to have conquered the world as browser based, reactive […]
qzhuyan responds to me tweeting Emacs on PocketCHIP. Emacs on pocketchip! Nice man! Then one can have portable org mode! https://t.co/ohzeegFQtD — qzhuyan (@qzhuyan) August 11, 2016 Which is, er, very true. And wonderful. But this haunts me continuously, as I explore the Mind Traffic Geometry of tools that support me tracking tasks and outlining […]
A very, very short library I wrote to let me programmatically create Pure Data patches in Python. Full story on my other blog. On GitHub.
So, slight Christmas / New Year’s diversion from my main projects – I’ve been writing a wave-table synth in the last few days. Code (C++ using Maximilian) is here. The main thing I’m doing is to have two wave-tables for a voice, and then slowly swap sample points between them to get a long-term evolution […]