Stanford researchers found that walking boosts creative inspiration. They examined creativity levels of people while they walked versus while they sat. A person’s creative output increased by an average of 60 percent when walking. Source: Stanford study finds walking improves creativity At my first programming job I used to regularly get up and do walking […]
In order to look at how resilience gets “engineered” (if that is actually a thing) we have to look at adaptations that people make in the work that they do, to fill in the gaps that show up as a result of the incompleteness of designs, tools, and prescribed practices. Also: we’re not yet good […]
So many interesting things in the last two weeks!
I doubt this will become a habit, but this week I’ve got a big backlog of notable things.
I still remember one of my biggest Haskell/Yesod “aha” moments: not only does Yesod make sure that routes in your HTML are type-safe, but even image files linked in tags are verified to exist on disk by the compiler. No .jpg, no build, it’s that simple. It’s a level of guarantee that dramatically increases your […]