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2015-12-28 01:55:00 UTC
After several weeks of high productivity at work and in my personal life, I finally hit the wall. This doesn’t surprise me, nor has it caused any serious issues in my personal life, but deep down, I know that I followed an unsustainable pace and that people must take breaks to keep a healthy outlook on things.
A year ago, I talked about the importance of fun for programmers. It would seem that it is time to take my own advice.
The FORTH programming language has always intrigued me but I never let myself explore it because:
- It’s weird. Like, weirder than Lisp weird.
- Few people use it anymore
- I should spend my freetime doing useful things.
Well, it’s break time, and I’m throwing practicality out the window. During this break period, I will devote my free time to FORTH projects. And only if it’s fun. And never if it’s useful.
How long of a break will I take? 40 hours of free time seems reasonable.
Here we go!