This week has been about a tool for rapid note management, a tool for shell history management, a streaming database for real-time applications, a hierarchical note taking application, trigonometry using turns instead of radians and a paper comparing state machine patterns.
An article looking into the common implementation of trigonometric functions in game engines and proposing an alternative using turns instead of radians.
A paper comparing different finite state machine designs with focus on flexibility and associated costs.
You might also like the list of facts about state machines.
A tool to manage the shell history using a SQLite database. It records additional context for your commands.
A streaming database designed to reduce the complexity and cost of building real-time applications. It is able to ingest data from sources like Apache Kafka, Apache Pulsar, Amazon Kinesis, Redpanda, and materialized CDC sources.
A hierarchical note taking application with focus on building large personal knowledge bases.
A feature-stripped version of Obsidian focused on rapid note management through the terminal.