This week has been about a Web Component for math formulas, a Clojure language on top of LLVM, a Git command-palette, measuring developer productivity, the impact of Copilot and a offline maps application.
A maps mobile application with offline maps based on OpenStreetMap data.
An article providing a counter-point to the Yes, you can measure software developer productivity from McKinsey.
An article reflecting on the impact of aiding tools such as Copilot, LSP or even syntax highlighting.
A programming language aiming to be compatible with Clojure but hosted by LLVM and interoperable with C++.
A command-palette style Git application built with Tauri.
A Web Component for editing math formulas using LaTeX commands.