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πŸ“£ New min release πŸŽ‰

A minimalistic web with route grouping and middleware chaining

v0.1.1: github.com/arturovm/min

Enhancements:
- Added tests
- Added CI scripts and test coverage information

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πŸ“£ New Hop release πŸŽ‰

An client wrapper that provides easy work queue semantics

v1.0.0: github.com/mazingstudio/hop

Enhancements:
- AMQP channel pooling
- Connection recovery

Breaking Changes:
- `NewQueue` is no longer public

Should one include their Twitter/Mastodon handle on one's resume? Like, is it within modern etiquette?

To me, the thing that exemplifies "work smarter, not harder" is the Fallout 3 train hat - instead of creating an entirely new system for a train, they just have an NPC wearing a hat which is an entire train, hidden under the floor and running very quickly.

It's absurd, and someone could have spent a lot of time and effort on a new system to get the the same result in a less absurd way. But this works, so why not?

So my new motto is, "don't be afraid to wear a train as a hat."

But that's okay, because I just bought them again from Monoprice, and will be returning these to Amazon. Heh.

Aw, maaan. My planar driver headphones were defective and one of the speakers stopped working the third time I used them.

πŸ“£ New min release πŸŽ‰

A minimalistic web with route grouping and middleware chaining

v0.1.1: github.com/arturovm/min

Enhancements:
- Added tests
- Added CI scripts and test coverage information

RBAC went stupid on one of our Kubernetes clusters, and I spilled coffee on my new sneakers. How's your day going?

I got a pair of planar driver headphones and god damn, this is some superb sound πŸ‘Œ

New package πŸŽ‰

min β€” A minimalistic with route grouping and middleware chaining

v0.1.0: github.com/arturovm/min

Check it out and let me know what you think! πŸ™Œ

I actually never tested the thing, but it's actually pretty solid? Like, this is production-grade code, and it's just been sitting there, forgotten, with no promotion on my part.

me: "God DAMMIT, why is every golang HTTP routing library either too damn bloated or too thin. I should write one."

::checks own GitHub::

me: "Oh, right… I wrote my own two years ago."

@arturovm yes, but also, the kid is splashing all over the place. Be sure to bring dry clothes.

I’m watching The Haunting of Hill House and the first episode was great. Also, it’s 10:30 p.m. and everybody’s asleep. Help.

Is waiting for a kid to grow like watching those dinosaurs that expand on water only much slower?

I’ve been rewriting a major OSS side project of mine, and although I’ve only covered a tiny fraction of the original functionality, I’m quite pleased with the results. I’ve seen a few people complain about the issue the project solves, so that motivated me to start over again.

(If you’ve been following me for a while in other decentralized networks, you might know what I’m talking about πŸ˜‰ I’m not ready to announce it yet 🀫)

Does anybody else get this weird bug in Firefox where you type a different site's URL while on Twitter, and it sort of resolves to Twitter again?

β€ͺOh my god. Enterprise-y websites where you read the whole front page and you come away still knowing nothing about what a company does are the worst.‬

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