My job as a remote software engineer means my office can be anywhere.
Even a moving car 🚙 👩💻
Gonna make an attempt at getting back to running, if y'all could encourage me that'd be great 😊 🏃♀️
FYI train tickets in Amsterdam contain NFC chips.
Doesn't seem to have any cool information in though. It does have a lot of data on, but it's all in hex.
I was pretty productive today - Arch Linux on my Acer C730 Chromebook.
I am a bird 🐦 mum now! I have 2 gorgeous parrotlets.
On the perch is Q. So named because he escaped the box when we got him home and mischievously evaded capture.
Seven of Nine is clinging the cage, a 2018 baby!
Today I Learned: It is valid C to declare the types of a function's arguments after the function definition.
Not just valid, but this is how defining a function is described in K&R's The C Programming Language!
I wrote up how I got DSLinux 🐧 running on a pink DSLite recently!
I am now attempting to build DSLinux so I can maybe get a newer kernel (> 2.6 ) running on the thing.
Although that has turned into building GCC because the toolchain binaries don't run *sigh* 🙄
I'm walking in the Birmingham Pride Parade tomorrow and bringing my camera + flash - first time I'll be properly trying out the flash without the pressure of *working* an event.
It's been a busy evening.
Write up coming tomorrow about getting DSLinux running (although it was mostly seemless), as well as probably an attempt to build a newer kernel.
It's interesting how knowing the lengths of types for different common machines was once really important.
Nowadays we can (reasonably) safely assume the sizes across most platforms.
Photo: The C Programming Language
Costa have cold brew now 😍 ☕
Tonight's exciting activities include installing Arch on an Acer Chromebook C730.
Pictured here, a root shell on Chrome OS, ready to begin.
I think teenage me put a little too much thermal paste on this GPU core.