I’m watching Unit II: Lec 9 | MIT Calculus Revisited: Single Variable Calculus and my mate Herb says that he uses the word “on” the closed interval [a,b] and “in” the open interval (a,b). Thanks Herb. :)
This was a quick romp around “plain text”: Plain Text – Dylan Beattie – NDC Oslo 2021. Would recommend if you don’t already know about such things.
This via r/programming today: IBM open sources $300 fully-functional LEGO® microscope design.
I’ve been learning about Pull-up and Pull-down Resistors.
For fun and learning I’d like to investigate making a probe which can measure my heartbeat via my scope.
This via r/programming today: A non-standard book list for software developers:
- Euclid’s Elements
- Calculus, 4th edition (the article above references the 3rd edition, not sure why, also there is an answer book)
- Operating System Design: The Xinu Approach, Second Edition
- Lisp in Small Pieces
Also some bonus material mentioned: Calculus Revisited: Single Variable Calculus video lectures from the late MIT lecturer Herb Gross.
Learning about the Buffer Gate.
I think maybe I’ve been drinking too much water. Gonna try to cut back to 2L per day.