I bought an Amazon Kindle 3G back in October. So far I’ve mostly been reading research papers on it (that 3rd gen eInk really is amazing), occasionally proggit.
I applied for SDK access, but heard nothing back. So instead, I’m using the built in “experimental” web browser. It has canvas support, so I’m golden.
As you might have noticed, I couldn’t resist the urge to design a vector font for the task; please be gentle, I know the font leaves a lot to be desired, it’s a work in progress. The Kindle browser didn’t seem to have font support anyway, while public domain, I didn’t particularly enjoy the Hershey fonts. The Hershey fonts are nice, but they’re unsuitable for programming.
More quick reference booklets:
I don’t really need the qr for Python, but I thought it might be good to have ready should a friend a coworker wish to start learning Python.
As for Vim, the reference is certainly terrible – I’ve barely used it at all. The qr is just a list of commands that looked useful. I’ll edit the qr as I go, perhaps using the last pages for notes.
For your Scheme quick reference needs:
A while back I had explored the problem of the “ideal” programming language quick-reference card. Continue reading “Scheme Quick Reference”