What is Marginal Futility?

In the world of economics, marginal utility is the amount of benefit provided by some small change — another slice of pizza, an extra minute of leisure time, or that one last beer. With Marginal Futility, my goal is to log the little things I figure out as I try to get better at programming, hopefully giving others a leg up along the way.

The blog is inspired by awesome people like Julia Evans, Natasha the Robot, and Ash Furrow, who advocate writing at all costs. Also, a massive thank you to the Recurse Center, the greatest place on earth.