About twelve months ago I left full time employment to become an engineering monk. I wanted to bang away on my keyboard and create, just for fun, without any distractions. Not to create a business, not to make products that people want, not to discover something new. But to indulgently explore oddities that perhaps only I find interesting. This is a short glimpse into the oddities and tumbles from the year. Did I attain programming Nirvana?
Monastic Engineering was presented at CampJS 6 down in Springbrook, Queensland.
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