After living in my apartment for about 7 months now, I finally got my first power bill. Sorta makes you wonder if they really care in the first place.
Ah! I get to talk about testing at work tomorrow in book club. I think this is when I recommend Working Effectively with Unit Tests by Jay Fields. Awesome read.
Coming from Clojure, Scala's REPL leaves a lot to be desired
"This is extremely dangerous to our democracy"
I haven't posted here in a while, but GetTogether.Community, the open source, federated alternative to MeetUp is really starting to come together!
We have support for teams, events with photo galleries and comments, Organizations to group teams and plan multi-team events, and much more!
I know that people want to shoot everything with decentralization and blockchain these days but a decentralized social network with private data is even more risky than a centralized one. Data deletion and decentralization does not go together well.
Oh snap. "Mozilla Presses Pause on Facebook Advertising": https://blog.mozilla.org/blog/2018/03/21/mozilla-presses-pause-facebook-advertising/
Every time I talk about security I feel like a nut job. :|
An un-paywalled version of this article:
There should be a law that bans the word "burrito" from being used in tech talks.
This image from the article is fucking amazing https://www.heise.de/ct/ausgabe/2018-6-Verteiltes-soziales-Netzwerken-mit-der-Twitter-Alternative-Mastodon-3976925.html @eloquence
I've never been an employer at a job fair before. This is a strange role reversal. I'll sorta miss talking about tech stacks with the employers. Ah well.
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I wrote about trying to bring politically relevant examples into my programming instruction http://occasionallycogent.com/2018/02/21/politics_in_programming.html
Woah. Open Library's email notifications is turned off by default. What a pleasant surprise.
I wish this was the norm.
HI IM STILL HERE SOMETIMES
I WROTE A POST https://eev.ee/blog/2018/02/18/tech-wishes-for-2018/