Farewell, Dr. Dobb’s. In a way, my previous post proved prescient: in the old days, I relied on printed magazines like Dr. Dobb’s Journal to learn about computers. Now, most things are but a few search terms away. Coding is easier than ever.
Though I have a soft spot for this particular magazine, ultimately I’m glad information has become more organized and accessible. I like to think I played a part in this, however small, by posting my own tutorials, articles, rants, and code.
Here’s hoping the remainder of my previous post also ages well. That is, may Haskell live long and prosper. [A sentiment echoed by Dr. Dobb’s.] Again, I’d like to play a small part in this: Haskell for programming contests.