— A graph-powered outliner. Built with TypeScript and React, and hosted on Microsoft Azure. It is inspired by outliners like Workflowy and Dynalist, but is implemented in terms of graphs rather than trees. This allows one item to have multiple parents, which allows the user to organize knowledge about complex topics in a more fluent way.
— A scriptable command-line task manager. Open source project written in Racket. I had yet to find a task manager that suited my needs, so I decided to make my own. Untask differs from traditional task managers in that the user interacts with it through a query language, rather than by clicking buttons. For this reason, Untask is flexible, efficient and suited to many different workflows.
with bare-metal assembly —
Seeing a program you wrote running directly on the bare metal is
deeply satisfying to anyone who enjoys writing software. And it turns out
that creating such a program from scratch is easier than it sounds. The
hardest part is figuring out where to start. In this tutorial, I'll show
you how to write, build and run the classic "Hello, World!" in pure