(#WorkLog+) 4hrs on 2019-06-12 Show more
I'm pretty happy with how close I am to releasing a full-on MVP for a self-serve public support inbox thing (working title: #WeGotYourBackToday)
A "priority queue" for support from maintainers/community could provide a little bit of leverage towards make maintaining OSS not a completely one-sided abusive relationship.
This is a #participatory tech talk, where the participants join the speaker in answering questions as the talk proceeds and those answers are used for the talk itself.
Fucking amazing but only possible with a Lisp like Clojure / #Clojurescript
Github used Haskell for their program analysis system and they wrote an explanation on why they picked Haskell
>Expectations about industry. There would be automated deployment. Pull requests and code review. It was going to be glorious! Finally the code quality I had been longing for! ...I believed, everyone in the industry writes tests.
So imagine my surprise when I showed up at my first day on the job at a startup and found no tests at all. No tests in the frontend. No tests in the backend. Just, no tests.
Nada. Zip. Null. Undefined. NaN tests.
I just, finally, got my #rustlang #software project to build!
I'm learning the #rust #programming #language by re-implementing parts of my daily work, which I hitherto wrote in #java, mostly.
The most recent addition to my project was #diesel, the de-facto data access engine for rust software.
And I'm applying their Get Started Guide to my work situation.
Oh, dear: there's a lot of magic that goes unspoken in the guide. Minor changes will lead to failed builds.
here is an idea
mandatory #accessibility classes for everyone who at any point wishes to build things that others will use
#programming peeps, i'm looking at you
also, scientists who make up the horrible notations others have to deal with, yall are also guilty
- bureaucrats who make crappy paper forms
- artists and art focused websites
Tusky dev, Android dev Show more
Gave up on trying to please Dagger. It's path to insanity. Docs are not super great for such a complex alien thing. I used to remember those things but uugh.
Now I managed to listen to the lifecycle to connect/disconnect to SSE but... what do I do when reconnecting? Do I insert a placeholder? Do I refresh? What about race between refresh and streaming? Maybe disable manual refresh while streaming? So. Many. Questions.