Decided to change the format of the newsletter, I wasn’t sending the weekly newsletter as regularly as before, so I’ll try sending it monthly, hopefully with more useful information.
Started working on my own emacs config without doom for fun, it’s still not even close to ready, but I’m taking my time and learning it on my way.
Bought and played a lot of Cyberpunk 2077, it has some flaws, but runs pretty well on my PC.
Did a retrospective of 2020 using the template from Pat Kua and I enjoyed it, it does take some time, but I think it’s useful to reflect and set some goals ahead.
Set up a Surface Go 2 with Linux with some success (I need to re-install it because it was just a test and because I didn’t format the partition by mistake).
Some tips on how to use the batteries that emacs comes with to their full potential without plugins, and here’s more.
An [elisp cheatsheet]
The Microsub protocol, a very interesting protocol for building a reader of articles from the web, I am still learning about this protocol, but it looks very interesting to consolidate my Instapaper + RSS reader into one single open source way of handling things to read later.
The sudo font looks like a really cool font for coding, it has infinite ligatures which is pretty cool, but I don’t think I’ll be switching to it because I’m not used to the shape of the letters being too tall and I like having some cursive, still, pretty cool, I’m using it for my custom emacs config.
The book clean architectures in Python has a new edition, it’s a book you can read on that site for free, from Leonardo Giordani, who is one of the people I always love seeing in Python conferences, because he’s one of the few that talk about this subject in the Python community. A must read for Python devs who care about architecture/big picture code.
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