Modern Vim Navigation with fasd and fzf

Just yesterday, I learned how not to hate CMake, after reading Henry Schreiner's excellent book, Modern CMake. This book made me realize that Vim, like CMake, is decades old at this point and has a lot of plugins, snippets, configurations and setups scattered across the web. And, while I don't intend to write an authoritative source on what modern Vim should look like, I would like to share what I've learned after a decade of using both the awful and fantastic parts of Vim.

Making a JavaScript sort visualizer with PixiJs and async Proxies

One thing I've always wanted to build is a sort visualizer. It seems like every programmer and their mom has a 30-minute long sort visualization video on Youtube, so I decided this winter break I'd implement one. If you're unfamiliar with the problem of sorting, or just haven't seen it in a while, I wrote a short primer you can find here. Also, if you want, you can just skip to the satisfying, finalized beep-booping visualizer.

Hello World

Obligatory, awkward first blog post incoming. This is the part where I talk about what I want this blog to be about. I grew up believing that most people won't give you the time of day. That the average person doesn't really care about what you have to say, and that you should go through life minding your own business and letting other people mind theirs. When I was really young I had a belief that, if you were smart enough, and worked hard enough, you could do anything all on your own.