Programming Blog Posts 3

When I first tried out the Apple Vision Pro, I was expecting just another high-end tech toy. What I got was something entirely different—a device that changed the way I interact with my digital workspace. This wasn’t just about playing with new tech; it was about fully integrating it into my day-to-day coding practices, pushing the boundaries of what I thought was possible. The experience really opened my eyes to the potential of mixed reality, despite its early kinks and quirks.


Embarking on a coding journey is akin to setting sail across uncharted digital waters. My odyssey began with a modest Tandy 1000, leading me through a dynamic array of programming languages, each sculpting my perception of the technological realm. I invite you to join me on this exhilarating expedition as I recount how embracing syntax agnosticism has been pivotal in my growth and versatility amidst the continuously transforming world of software development.


We’ve all been there. You’re staring at a screen filled with code, lines blurring together like a caffeinated fever dream. You’re building this amazing new software, but a nagging question worms its way in: “Would I actually use this thing?” More often than not, the answer is a resounding “meh”. The result? Software that feels like a chore to navigate, an instruction manual masquerading as a user interface. It functions, sure, but with all the personality of a beige office chair.

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