A guy decided to write his own programming language – ten years on, it’s he still hacking away at Inko.
A list of open-source LLMs that are free for commercial use: https://github.com/eugeneyan/open-llms
I love the effort Nathan Baggs puts in to making this happen. When I’m out thrifting, I tend to gravitate toward the old technology sections of the store. I’ve managed to build up a fairly decent collection of ’90s/’00s game CDs, half of which won’t run on modern systems. The intellectual exercise alone is worth the challenge.
…when it buys/sells based on signals from members of Congress.
This makes me wish I still had my dot-matrix print outs of all of the BASIC programs I wrote in the late ’80s and early ’90s. At least I can relive some of that feeling using this BASIC interpreter, Vintage Basic, and running the programs here.
Click is a Python package for creating beautiful command line interfaces … referenced in my last past, stashing here for later review.
I’ve written a few CLI tools in Python myself over the years. Simon has some interesting, thoughtful tips and tricks: https://simonwillison.net/2023/Sep/30/cli-tools-python/
Adding a link here for later review – an interesting intersection of art and algorithm: https://alex.miller.garden/