I built a UI library when I started at Iris. It's one of the best things I've ever made.
CTO of Iris Works. I live in Indianapolis with my partner, Irma. I like to code, cook, paint, and play D&D. Currently getting into Warhammer 40k. This blog documents my thoughts about the tech industry, best practices, my failures, with some random things I like sprinkled in.
I wrote my last blog post last year. I was ashamed so I redid my site and wanted to talk about it.
Production died then I fixed it.
I haven't written anything in like 8 years but that's because right as I was trying to wrap up my Maxwell's equations series in May, I interviewed for a CTO position and got it!
I'm taking a break from Maxwell's Equations to talk about something else I've done recently: learned Rust.
Now we're back to complicated.
Fortunately, this equation is much simpler than the last one.
Let's start our Maxwell equation journey with Gauss' Law for Electricity.
I learn best when I understand the high level overview of a topic. So when I want to learn about how computers work and why they work the way they work I need to start at the beginning: the fundamentals of electromagnetism.
It's been a while since I've used the math I learned in high school and college. I wanted to review topics that I felt were relevant to understanding something like Maxwell's Equations, which I'll cover in my next post.
Brief overview of Big O.