1. >> A fuzzy finder in Haskell

    This is a response to FuzzyFinder - in 10 lines of Python, which was posted to reddit yesterday.


    Following the blogpost linked above, I decided to write my own fuzzy finder in Haskell, because that is the language I am currently learning, and think has great potential. It is also a ...

  2. >> Thoughts on Windows 10 and free software

    Today I had a very interesting conversation about the modern software world with a non-technical friend of mine.

    Back when it happened, I considered Windows Vista a slip, they had something new in mind, I could see the vision, but it did not work out, which is why I never ...

  3. >> Which OS do I use?

    Since I wrote about systemd a few weeks back, I have been looking out for an operating system that I truly love, that is without systemd whatsoever. My ideal specifications involved a philosophy that is close to BSD's, with a focus on stable software and exhaustive documentation, while being ...

  4. >> SystemDebacle

    I am writing about systemd today, because now, that the new release of Debian with systemd is out, there is pretty much only one major distribution left that is not forcing its users to use systemd, that being Gentoo. I have for quite a long time defended systemd while it ...

  5. >> Homeworld on Linux (or OSX)

    Today I will write about something slightly different than usual. I will be writing about a videogame, Homeworld. These days, Homeworld 1 and 2 are being released in remastered editions, with support for current resolutions and so on. This led me to playing the original. Homeworld 1 has been ported ...

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