Software Projects

All major products, minor tools, weekend hacks, and code snippets are being catalogued. Sometimes curated to the ones most proud of; other times a collection of everything that has ever been worked on. Although a list like this bears many names (projects, works, portfolio, products, etc.), it serves the same dual-purpose: to give credibility and authority.

But no matter how big, wide, or deep the shrine of personal memorabilia is, it doesn’t add value to anyone but the creator. It resembles a fully stacked bookshelf to appear smart, or a trophy cabinet to appear accomplished. While there is nothing wrong with feeling proud of past accomplishments, it is foolish to assume that they serve as credentials for today or authority of tomorrow.

The value added today should be served without the weight of yesterday.

Windows API Window With Rust

This blog post has been published almost 4 years ago and most of the information that can be found here is now outdated. I suggest to go straight to the gist which contains updates from various contributors for which I am thankful for. I am no longer developing on Windows with Rust and I won’t be keeping any information in this post up to date. In fact I have deleted all of my old posts to distance myself from anything I am no longer interested in. However, this post has experienced a good amount of traffic over the years which indicates to me that there is still value to be had in keeping this post around as a gateway to the gist.

Daniel, 20 March 2021
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