(I'm putting the link in a thread bc twitter tends to hide my posts if they have a link to my site in them >_<)
(honestly I like the video more than the song. I want to rerecord/remaster the song one of these days)
also there's a "most WTF tool for the job" and this is where we get cmake raytracers and powerpoint turing machines and I think it's just grand
I'm allowed to refuse libraries because the only stuff I do are personal projects, so I can afford to waste time rolling my own slider UI code. I wouldn't recommend it if you want to do a lot of stuff fast
one thing about HTML/CSS/JS is I generally refuse to use anything but vanilla JS. this is because 30% of the time you need to use a bundling tool to even use a particular library, and my optimal IDE and build system is "save and refresh chrome"
python is great because of the concept of "idomatic python," where there is really one way to do things and often it's the most readable way
I love C++ because of the standard library. lots of really cool stuff to use there. also it's been around for so long all of its pitfalls and best practices are well documented
I do lots of random stuff because my brain has too many chemicals inside of it. 1994 ⚧