I wrote this document in the process of designing a minimal blogging app on Holochain as the first step of my graduation project. This might interest you if you want to know more about how hApps are […]
To create a fully-featured blogging app using Holochain for the use of ALC communities.
Users should be able to:
Embed images and other media
Use rich text […]
Timo wrote a new post, Taking a break from my mindless and life-draining habits, on the site Timo's Blog 1 month, 2 weeks ago
I spent pretty much all of my free-time at home in the past six days watching YouTube and scrolling through online articles about Rust. I was looking forward to the weekend, where I would finally get a good […]
For graduation, one of the things I’m gonna do is complete a tech project. For this, I’ve devised a project management plan.
The main goal is to set myself up so that I can make sure I can tell whether I’m […]
I haven’t been writing about my contributions for a while, so this post will try to catch you up.
The start of my recent spree was “Path string roundup”. This was a round-up PR because it looks for some set of […]
Last Friday, I officially started the graduation process at ALCNYC. I felt was very nervous about graduating which is why I waited until the last possible day to start.
Here are some of my thoughts: […]
I’ve had two (somewhat) recent experiences with the Redux pattern:
Building a web app using React + Redux
Contributing to Holochain, which uses it for managing node state […]
I’m really happy with how the past couple of weeks are going. I feel like I’m doing a lot and learning a lot. The best part? I haven’t needed to use any sources of external motivation!
In general, however, I […]
Here’s the latest things I’ve been into:
Watching videos about DOTA Auto Chess
Watching videos about Hearthstone
Watching math videos
Thinking of strategies for DOTA Auto Chess
Thinking about how […]
After some deep thought, I’ve realized something that’s been missing in the way I’ve taught and looked at teaching programming. I’d like to share about it so I don’t forget and so that others can learn the same […]
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I’m excited to write this post because I’ve recently made a big step in overcoming something that I’ve struggled with for a few years.
In the past, I sometimes got into a pattern where I stayed up late every […]
I love the play this game called Keep Talking and Nobody explodes. It’s super fun to practice communication and memorization. I’ve been playing it with a lot of friends.
I highly recommend it as a fun […]
In the past few months I have been enjoying, thinking about, and watching countless videos of Hearthstone.
I think the biggest reason I enjoy it is that I have been practicing explaining my ideas and working […]
This will be a series of posts. Today’s word is “value”!
I value precise language and I feel excited about language that invites me to express useful communications. I’d like to tell you about some words I […]
Timo wrote a new post, "What does a day look like?" Answered by me on 2018-10-12, on the site Timo's Blog 1 year, 3 months ago
I’d like to take this opportunity to list some of the things that have been in common throughout most of my schooldays.
In the mornings, I walk Charlooks, say good morning to everybody, and do two spawns (one […]
I’ve been doing 20 pushups almost every day. At first Art was joining me, now Ryan and Mel have been joining me. I’m glad to be doing them.
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I was playing Minecraft with some friends yesterday. After we had played for a while on our world, we decided to transfer the world to my computer. I’d like […]
I’ve had an awareness about my participation in gratitudes for some time now: I tend not to share everything I want to.
Here are a few reasons why I think that has happened:
I take my turn as late as […]
I’d like to share something I learned this past summer after going to camp.
I was a camper for two weeks before being a CIT for one.
After my last week as a camper, I received some acknowledgments that, while […]
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