I was raised a physics PhD, and we were told to read. Read everything. Read all the papers. Read all the existing research. The logic behind that was that if you know what experiments other people did, you wouldn’t have to spend money redoing expensive experiments with complicated equipment. This is of course completely valid […]


Rust 2020

Happy new year! It’s all very foggy and cold outside, and the world is just waking up. I’ll be doing all the new years resolutions, and let’s hope they’ll last. After some more doodling about, it occurred to me that the actual power of Rust is not the borrow checker (honestly, it can be quite […]