What's New - April 2020


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April 1, 2020

Today we make Focaccia, one of the easiest breads to make. It's almost baking a pancake batter. (Editors Cut).

April 3, 2020

Now your mornings can be complete with this recipe for a satisfying, chewy bagel. (Editors Cut).

April 6, 2020

Feel free to experiment with your bread recipes. That's how you learn. Today I link to a Hamburger Bun recipe I varied this weekend. (Editors Cut).

April 6, 2020

I invite you to join me in visualizing methods in the April installment. (Drawing your own conclusions).

Should we offer discounts on items we're offering? Should we use those discounts? (Dim Sum Thinking).

April 8, 2020

This basic bread formula begins your transition to being a serious home baker. (Editors Cut).

Chapter 1 of my Functional Programming Kickstart is now available in beta. (Dim Sum Thinking).

April 10, 2020

There's one ingredient our bread's been missing: time. Today we pre-ferment some of our flour to add flavor. (Editors Cut).

April 13, 2020

Finally we bake with our sourdough starter. We use it in the exact same formula that we've used for Basic Bread and Poolish.(Editors Cut).

The latest newsletter is a caution against being overly impressed by historical figures who achieved a lot during times like these.(The Newsletter).

Check out "Functions aren't special", the second chapter in my FP book. (Dim Sum Thinking).

April 20, 2020

There will be little things wrong with the formula each time you make it. There might be also little changes you want to make to the dough.(Editors Cut).

April 22, 2020

I discuss three great resources for Combine: A new intro/overview video from me, Joe Heck's book, and great new documentation from Apple.(The Newsletter).

April 22, 2020

Ciabatta is a wet dough. How wet? I'll provide some parameters and recommendations but ultimately you have to choose.(Editors Cut).

April 24, 2020

Now available, the Higher-Order Functions chapter wraps up the introductory part of my Functional Programming book.(Dim Sum Thinking).

April 24, 2020

It is surprisingly easy to make a really good pizza at home. Today we're going to make a Neopolitan style dough and use it as a thin crust for our pizza.(Editors Cut).

The latest newsletter looks at how we interview candidates for jobs in software.(The Newsletter).

April 29, 2020

What do you do with all of that left-over sourdough starter? You can almost make bread from it alone. Today a very wet no-knead recipe.(Editors Cut).