Here are the resources I've personally found most helpful for learning Common Lisp.
I'm traveling back in time to explore an ancient development workflow that is somehow more modern than today's workflows.
My minimal development environment was too minimal, so I upgraded to a faster computer.
Finally! I've landed on my set of future-proof languages.
I developed an actual piece of software using my minimal development environment. Here's how it went.
Some practical research into a minimal development environment.
More research on future-proof programming languages.
What would a minimal development environment look like? How small could it be?
Can Zig save me from downloading multi-gigabyte SDKs just to build Windows programs?
Next on my list of programming languages to investigate is Python.
In my quest to find a future-proof programming language, I'm investigating C#.
My projects are currently on hold while I suffer from programming language analysis paralysis.
Rust is popular and I'm interested in its memory safety features and build system. Here's my first experience with Rust.