Want to learn pandas, but don't know where to start? That was my position about a week ago. In this post, I'll explain how I structured my learning process during my one week 'crash course.' By no means am I an expert now, but I feel confident to say I can accomplish essential data cleaning and visualization tasks.
Use Asana without leaving Emacs!
A simple but powerful drum sequencer using React and WebAudio! You can see the code here: https://github.com/jaqarrick/react-sequencer
Audio faders that automatically balance themselves for a perfect mix! You can see the code here: https://github.com/rileyjshaw/rileyjshaw.github.io/blob/dev/src/components/scaling-faders-demo.js
A simple web-based audio sampler with a really nice design! You can try it out here: https://github.com/jaqarrick/wave-slicer
Inspired by https://erikwinter.nl/articles/2020/why-i-built-my-own-shitty-static-site-generator/, I built my own hopefully-non-shitty SSG. It lets you write websites using Janet, a delightful and effective Lisp.
Learn how I started with a blank text editor and created a blog from the ground up with the help of python's Flask framework. It had always been a dream of mine to create a blog from scratch versus using a Wordpress theme...so here it finally is. Complete with a backend that is my humble attempt at integrating the functionality of both Wordpress and MailChimp.
A programming language based on the experience of old point and click adventures - specifically Monkey Island. Program by combining random objects together and seeing what happens.
Jakub gives a clear, helpful walkthrough of integrating an application with an API!
A quick and interactive intro to using `git stash`.