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The Zelda Book
Zelda Breath of the Wild is a nuts game. It was the first game I got for my Switch, and it is one of those games I obsess about in certain periods.
It is a really hard game, and a big game. The thing about Zelda is that it is a game where you, after the first part, can do shit in more or less what ever order you want. This means that a lot of it is to figure out stuff to do.
It is not like Pokemon where you have a order, and a lot of side stuff. In Zelda there are some orders you have to do stuff, but there are also a lot of variations to the order you can do the different things.
In order to make stuff a little bit easier on myself I got this huge ass coffee table book on Zelda.
If you’re into Zelda, I’d get it. Both because it is cool, and because it makes the game easier and less confusing.
Great Switch Games
This list contains 5 awesome games to get for your Nintendo Switch, in different categories.
- Your first game: Super Mario Odessy: not super hard, but freaking awesome.
- Your second game: Donkey Kong: very hard but a lot of fun.
- The best: Zelda: I think this is one of the best games Nintendo have made, if not the best.
- Interesting: Splatoon 2. It is so awesome.
- Indie: Mounument Valley: this game is so good. A masterpiece by one crazy guy.
It’s a little bit weird, but I always think I don’t read much in Instapaper, but when I empty out my likes it always turns out to be a lot more than I thought.
- Aliasing module paths in Node JS | Arun Michael Dsouza
- The Book List: David Bowie’s top 100 reads – from Lady Chatterley’s Lover to 1984 | The Independent
- nREPL: Beyond Clojure | Meta Redux
- 2018 Recap - TOM BIHN Bags Blog
- Boot — (future (boot)) – degree9 – Medium
- Daring Fireball: On Getting Started With Regular Expressions
- Journal 2019.2 - survey, spec – Inside Clojure
- Real World core.async
- TypeScript 2.8: Conditional Types — Marius Schulz
- ChrysaLisp/README.md at master · vygr/ChrysaLisp
- Pinoy Noir on Twitter: “UX designer and software engineer at morning standup… “
- The npm Blog — npm, Inc. has a new CEO, Bryan Bogensberger
- thank u, next
- How to Choose a Startup to Work For by Thinking Like An Investor - Triplebyte Blog
- KidkArolis/jetpack: 🚀 Jetpack – webpack made more convenient.
- CSS doesn’t suck - Andy Bell
- Stepping away from Sass
- DIY Redux with RxJS: Part 2 – Hacker Noon
- The Most Common XSS Vulnerability in React.js Applications
- Why I Picked Clojure - DZone Java
- Neural Networks and Philosophy of Language – Towards Data Science
- The Emacs Year in Review · Emacs Redux
- A message to you from Mule
- Daring Fireball: Codea’s iOS Menu Bar
- Scripting Guide - Halo CE: Modding Tutorials - Open Carnage
- leoliu/easy-kill: Kill & Mark Things Easily in Emacs
- Re-frame: The Guide to Building Blocks
- CIDER 0.20 (Oslo) | Meta Redux
- The Clojure Style Guide Redux | Meta Redux
- SOLID Principles in C# - Liskov Substitution Principle - Code Maze
- 🐻📝 A sneak peek at what’s coming for Bear
- do’s and don’ts – Digital Digressions by Stuart Sierra
I have been thinking a lot about how to share links over the last couple of months. My old style was to add a post for each link. The reason I used to do that was because it started as a Micropub like, and I just kept doing it after I moved away from using Micropub. I have decided that I as a reader would prefer that someone collected them and posted it in one larger post instead of many smaller ones.
The way I consume content online these days is that anything that looks even a little bit interesting are sent to Instapaper, and the stuff I think was interesting or cool are marked as a favourite there. So what I am going to do is that once a week I’ll empty out my likes from Instapaper and share them here.
- Introducing ExistAPI: An open-source Swift framework
- 1.9.0 — Homebrew
- Things I Don’t Know as of 2018 - Overreacted
- React closes out dominant 2018 - Hacker News Hiring Trends (December 2018)
- Heroku in 2018: Advancing Developer Experience, Trust & Compliance, and Data
- Lessons Learned From a Year of Fighting With Webpack and Babel
- linux-noah/noah: Bash on Ubuntu on macOS
- divan/txqr: Transfer data via animated QR codes
- Bundler: Announcing Bundler 2.0
- New year, new GitHub: Announcing unlimited free private repos and unified Enterprise offering | The GitHub Blog
- WeWork’s SoftBank News Is a Visit From Financial Reality - Bloomberg
- Monorepos and the Fallacy of Scale
- Monorepos: Please don’t! – Matt Klein – Medium
- Bash-5.0 release available
- The notebook situation so far in 2019 – Jack Baty
- Bill Gates Just Published a Letter Urging US Leaders to Embrace Nuclear Energy
- Rose Orchard’s Mac Setup – The Sweet Setup
- Improve React Performance using Lazy Loading💤 and Suspense
- jorgebucaran/fisher: A package manager for the fish shell
- fish: Tutorial
- Sex Ed Is a Basic Human Right We Deny to Teens Every Day - Broadly
- Daring Fireball: Steve Jobs and Apple’s Last Previous Earnings Warning
- Daring Fireball: Apple’s Terrible No Good Very Bad Earnings Warning
- 2018 review
- latacora/caro: If jq and xargs had a baby
- clojure.spec for functions by example
- 10 life-changing minutes with Clojure (Windows) - DEV Community 👩💻👨💻
- A tmux Crash Course
- liquid/README.md at master · mogenslund/liquid
- 22 SSH Examples, Practical Tips & Tunnels | HackerTarget.com
- CIDER’s Orchard: The Periphery | Meta Redux
- CIDER’s Orchard: The Heart | Meta Redux
Liked: What’s in my bag – Jack Baty