I would like to share one of my passion project through a very simple blog post on how to relate a triangle with it’s graphical representation.
This is my first real blog post so I would like to know if this writing style was easy to read ?
Also, I tried very hard to simplify things a lot and to not omit any details so that even a new prolog user can follow the post.
If you see any mistakes, please let me know so that I can correct it.
I didn’t read it all. I just read the first part and I thought it was clear and I found the topic interesting. I might take some time reading it more in detail and letting you know. But it won’t happen in next two/three days but I’ll let you know
I don’t know what “to grok” means. I read that Elon Musk has launched a generative AI project under that name, and I read it’s a kind of geek jargon meaning…I don’t remember what (being sarcastic maybe?). I wouldn’t use the term, or if you like exactly to appeal to that kind of audience (the computer insiders, so to say) I think you should use a footnote to explain what words like these mean, if by chance a generic reader happens to read your blog
“to understand intuitively or by empathy, to establish rapport with” and “to empathize or communicate sympathetically (with); also, to experience enjoyment”
Or in context of computer science
When you claim to “grok” some knowledge or technique, you are asserting that you have not merely learned it in a detached instrumental way but that it has become part of you, part of your identity. For example, to say that you “know” Lisp is simply to assert that you can code in it if necessary – but to say you “grok” Lisp is to claim that you have deeply entered the world-view and spirit of the language, with the implication that it has transformed your view of programming. Contrast zen, which is a similar supernatural understanding experienced as a single brief flash.