Technically, this website is built using OMD (to convert Markdown to HTML), MPP (an awesome preprocessor), OCaml (the best actual programming language that I know), but also the (terrible and mean) HTML/CSS/JS triplet.
The theme of this website is borrowed from http://ocaml-redesign.github.io, which is the temporary location for the website that is built to replace the current one on http://www.ocaml.org/. As I ended up being the main developer for http://ocaml-redesign.github.io, it's pretty convenient that I'm using the same theme. Note that this theme is provided by one space media, a design firm based in Cambridge.
Once I'm done with the engine of this blog, I'll hopefully use it to make other blogs less related to OCaml (the main constraint being having the time to write at all).
Latest blog posts
Here follows the list of the latest blog posts, please feel free to comment on them. I hope you'll enjoy reading.
- 2013-10-07 High-power LEDs for super-bright light
- 2013-10-04 (Example) A use case of MPP in an OCaml program
- 2013-10-03 OPAMaging MPP
- 2013-10-03 Using MPP in two differents ways
- 2013-09-26 (Exercise) Odd or even?
- 2013-09-25 (Exercise) Are there more 1s or 0s?
- 2013-09-24 On the Implementation of OPAMDOC
- 2013-09-24 OPAM-DOC with multiple OCaml packages
- 2013-09-05 OMD: a Markdown parser in OCaml