Finished the Real Python Course on modules and packages. I had signed up for a subscription to this site. After trying a couple of other courses on here I cancled my subscription, as the quality of the courses seem to be somewhat variable(with the majority being quite good, but definitely a few that at-least lack in editing and production value) and all of the material feels quite superficial. To be fair, they have really good overviews of topics, but also $20/month will buy you a lot of good programming books that will be much more indepth and that can serve as references rather than just an introduction to the topic. I hope that me feeling this way is an indicator of my growth as a programmer rather than an criticism of the material itself. It is nice to feel like I finally know enough to be able to distinguish whether a particular piece of material is too easy/something I already understand well, just right for expanding my understanding, or will require some pre-requiste study before I can really understand it. I will take it as a mild indicator of competence.
More work on getting snippets, $\LaTeX$, markdown preview, and Conjure/Racket working in my Nvim setup. These are another set of suprisingly time consuming things to get working correctly.
ConjureSchool and looked over the documentation for
Conjure. One of the more helpful commands that I found was
<localleader>cs which starts a new racket REPL when inside of a
Racket file inside of VIM.