Week 29 of 2022
Weeklies are my notes of things not big enough for a blog post but worthy of being mentioned and linked to. Find all of my Weeklies at /weeklies.
Help Me Help You: A Guide to Asking for Help by Kitty Giraudel
Kitty shared great insights into how to increase the odds that your questions for tech problems get answered. I've shared similar tips in the past and it's one of those topics that pops up every now and then and I'm always happy to see a positive twist on the topic.
Using a work journal to create design case studies by Tanner Christensen
Journaling is something I've been doing on and off for ages but have struggled to keep up with regularly. This post by Tanner sparked new inspiration to start journaling after I start my new job in a week. Let's see how it goes.
Nannou - An open-source creative-coding framework for Rust
I ran into Nannou in Koodiklinikka Slack community this week and have been thinking about taking it for a test drive. Haven't found the right moment yet (don't yet have a great setup in my temporary flat) but hopefully soon!
Counting is Hard. A Mathematician Explains. by Another Roof
One night, I ran into Another Roof's Youtube channel and watched a few of their videos about fundamentals of math and especially this one about set theory. At the same time very informative and educational.
Great comic strips about how to take a different perspective on your own creative work.