This article discusses the idea of using functional programming to enrich object-oriented programming in C#.
In physics, Feynman tells us that you cannot memorize formulas. You can’t just go to the book, memorize formula, learn to apply it. There’s too many of them. Instead, we need to learn about the relationships between the formulas. Derive them for yourself when they’re needed.
This article discusses functional programming in C# through algebra, numbers, Euclidean plane and fractals.
This article is about some of the little tricks that I use in Vim. None of them are deep dives, and I encourage you to learn more about whatever’s interesting.