Recently I got interested in electronics again. By "again" I mean that it always interested me, in a way that children want to build robots and know how things work. Even with that curiosity it somehow never stuck with me for longer than a semester at school. A
About four months ago I decided to try to learn a new language. The reasons are a bit more complicated but I want it to give it a real shot this time. Since it's a try and I wanted to increase the chances for success by lowering the entry price,
Wrote a post on Macoscope's blog about small side project we were working on, trying different approaches, failing and learning from our mistakes.
How little is enough to make a difference? Very little. For as long as I remember I wanted to share some of my work as open source. I had some ideas, even sourceforge repositories for magnificent projects that I planned. I remember small and useful XML parsing library in C
I'm not a big fan of comments in code. Especially after few years of writing in Objective-C, which can be very descriptive in its nature. Every time I want to write a comment, I think if what I'm trying to say could be expressed by the code I'm commenting. Or