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A very ad-hoc microcast journal of my attempt to learn new programming languages, frameworks, and technologies, and build a side project with them.
Mar 30, 2020
#000: Why Always Developing Exists
Ian rambles on about why this podcast exists, and why the RustyElm podcast has come to a close.
Jul 30, 2019
Hello, my name is Ian Jones, and this is the RustyElm microcast, a short, very ad-hoc journal of my attempt to learn Rust and Elm in order to build a side project. So, I've finally had some time over the last week or so to get stuck into my Rust and Elm project, starting by … Continue reading Dependency Hell
May 8, 2019
Almost Back In The Saddle
Hello, my name is Ian Jones, and this is the RustyElm microcast, a short, very ad-hoc journal of my attempt to learn Rust and Elm in order to build a side project. I had a draft podcast way back in mid September 2018, but never finished it as I was just too damn busy. Things … Continue reading Almost Back In The Saddle
Sep 5, 2018
Huge News: Elm 0.19 released! Faster compiler with smaller output Core packages now in "elm" namespace rather than "elm-lang" New Browser module replaces HTML.program stuff New Time module looks nice Looking forward to using Elm again, but first need to get basic Rust backend running... Progress update (reading The Rust Programming Language book): Tests in … Continue reading Slow Going
Aug 13, 2018
Alright, Let’s Do This!
Why I decided to go ahead with this microcast Positive feedback on first episode Publicly accountable Have wanted to do a podcast for years! Inspired by many others, recently including: Timetable by Manton Reece Build Your SaaS by Jon Buda & Justin Jackson The Art of Product Podcast by Ben Orenstein & Derrick Reimer Q … Continue reading Alright, Let’s Do This!
Aug 9, 2018
Hello, my name is Ian Jones, and this is my very first microcast. I'm feverishly trying to learn Rust and brush up on Elm so that I can build a project with those two programming languages. It occurs to me that it might be worthwhile trying to record my fumbling progress in the form of … Continue reading Decisions, decisions!