Time tracking with arbtt

Arbtt is automatic, rule-based time tracker. And I like it because it is implemented in Haskell.

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10 years of Emacs

I’ve been using Emacs for almost 10 years and I have only good things to say about it.

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Pine Tree Tax

Crypto currencies experienced record-breaking growth in recent years. I decided to build my own software to help me in the preparation of my taxes.

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Escape analysis in Go

Escape analysis is a method for determining the dynamic scope of pointers.

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ArcoLinux and Xmonad

ArcoLinux is my favorite Linux distribution. Xmonad is my favorite window manager.

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Magit vs Tig

Magit is an interface to the version control system Git, implemented as an Emacs package.

Tig is an ncurses-based text-mode interface for git.

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Mounting VeraCrypt containers at boot

VeraCrypt is my favorite encryption software.

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Emacs for Go development

I use Emacs for Go development and I really like it.

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Pointers vs values in Golang

In Golang the general recommendation is to use pointer receivers if there is a need to modify the data structure.

But then the question is can we still use value receivers even if we need to modify data?

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Applicative Functors in Haskell

Applicative Functors in Haskell extend on the idea of Functors.

Functors are things that can be mapped over. Another way of looking at functors
is as values with an added context. For instance, Maybe values have the extra context that they may have failed. Whit lists, the context is that the value can actually be several values or none.
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