1. 2019-08-22 : The end of PC corporatism
  2. 2019-07-12 : Is it genius or just plain dumping?
  3. 2019-06-07 : The Strange Obsession With 5G
  4. 2019-03-01 : The Coming IT Crunch
  5. 2018-04-28 : Data Really IS the New Oil
  6. 2018-04-08 : The Road to Cyber Serfdom
  7. 2018-03-16 : Code BEAM 2018
  8. 2018-03-04 : Technology needs genuine diversity
  9. 2018-01-28 : Technology shouldn't waste your time
  10. 2018-01-05 : A look at Julia
  11. 2017-11-30 : Quantum computing is real
  12. 2017-09-25 : Augmented reality
  13. 2017-09-14 : Too big a language, too small a language
  14. 2017-07-13 : Corman Lisp
  15. 2017-06-21 : Success begets success
  16. 2017-05-20 : Observations on Ruby
  17. 2017-05-06 : Tech is tyrannical
  18. 2017-04-15 : RSI and the Kinesis
  19. 2017-04-08 : Just-in-time education
  20. 2017-03-25 : Java appletviewer
  21. 2017-03-18 : Clojure with-redefs gotcha
  22. 2017-02-25 : Put aside the math
  23. 2017-02-20 : A good night's sleep
  24. 2017-02-12 : Decompiling Java classfiles in Emacs
  25. 2017-02-05 : Are you one of us?
  26. 2017-01-28 : The rerise of nationalism
  27. 2017-01-21 : Prediction vs. analysis
  28. 2017-01-14 : Technology, economics, and law
  29. 2017-01-07 : Better is better
  30. 2017-01-01 : Progress isn't linear
  31. 2016-12-24 : Machine learning and math
  32. 2016-12-17 : Instant gratification
  33. 2016-12-10 : Collaboration in open source
  34. 2016-12-03 : Clojure/conj 2016
  35. 2016-11-26 : A shallow dive into Erlang
  36. 2016-11-19 : Coders at work
  37. 2016-11-12 : The merits of assembly
  38. 2016-11-05 : Laziness and chunking in Clojure
  39. 2016-10-29 : The churn of being cutting edge
  40. 2016-10-22 : Beyond programming
  41. 2016-10-15 : Different strokes for different folks
  42. 2016-10-08 : Do it yourself
  43. 2016-10-01 : The mythical software engineer
  44. 2016-09-24 : Don't be a hacker
  45. 2016-09-17 : JVM garbage collection
  46. 2016-09-10 : StumpWM
  47. 2016-09-03 : WiFi passwords--or, why Linux is a hassle
  48. 2016-08-26 : Batteries, the next frontier
  49. 2016-08-20 : Self-driving cars and local economies
  50. 2016-08-12 : Crowdfunding and open-source
  51. 2016-08-06 : Holding the line
  52. 2016-07-30 : Category theory
  53. 2016-07-23 : Haskell vs. practical languages
  54. 2016-07-16 : Reactive programming
  55. 2016-07-09 : Property-based testing
  56. 2016-07-02 : Pattern matching
  57. 2016-06-21 : Functional programming in Scala
  58. 2016-06-18 : Starting Emacs from IntelliJ IDEA
  59. 2016-06-11 : It's good to be lazy
  60. 2016-06-04 : Why functional languages are great
  61. 2016-05-30 : Basics of an LLC
  62. 2016-05-29 : The 70/30 rule
  63. 2016-02-13 : The problem with tutorials
  64. 2016-02-09 : Default editor in GNOME
  65. 2016-02-05 : Split PDF files by bookmarks
  66. 2016-02-03 : Getting an Apress subscription
  67. 2016-01-22 : Software as a team sport
  68. 2016-01-20 : To understand anything
  69. 2013-02-23 : Using WordPress to power your entire website
  70. 2012-10-05 : Being too clever with LaTeX files
  71. 2012-05-17 : Using Python with Emacs
  72. 2012-04-30 : Syntax highlighting on Wordpress.org blog
  73. 2012-04-25 : Migrating to a new host, twice in a week
  74. 2012-04-19 : Getting the latest version of TeXLive on Fedora 16
  75. 2012-04-19 : Customizing Gnome 3.2 on Fedora 16
  76. 2012-04-08 : Getting Dell WLAN 1397 Wireless card to work with Fedora 16
  77. 2011-07-16 : Getting Started with WinForms in C++/CLI
  78. 2011-07-16 : Using .ico files in Visual Studio 2008
  79. 2011-06-30 : Fun with Windows Forms