Above anything else, the first thing I was into with Lisp was the lack of boilerplate. I could just get right into coding.
I tried to tell others about this but they weren’t into it, because unlike me, they actually like code. They like explicitness, they like verbosity, they like type annotations, they like churning out SLOC like there’s no tomorrow.
They love boilerplate so much so that they’ve now made an AI to write it for them.
Now all of the seagulls I see are Kehaars, and they all have a Eastern European accent
My Steam Deck has arrived. Initial thoughts:
- good build quality
- x86_64 - EFI and (soon) upstream linux drivers 💚 Take that ARM.
- the ultimate emulation handheld
- the ultimate indie platform (switch has only exclusives left)
- run beta for silent fans
- battery life is good (despite that I'll be tinkering with perf settings of games too much)
- with dock this might be resonable deskop platform
I managed to what I wanted with ImHex and it's pattern editor. Great feature.