PSA: I will be available for a new project starting January 2022.
Rough idea: The project knows it needs help with testing, is (moving towards) working agile & uses and/or (good in one, want to learn more about other)

RTs appreciated (or DM if you have a project)

Concourse CI is a highly undervalued product. The flow model is an ideal fit for a true continuous delivery model.

concourse-ci.org/

fosdem.org/2021/news/2020-09-0

Next FOSDEM: 6 & 7 February 2021, online

FOSDEM 2021 will take place on Saturday 6 and Sunday 7 February 2021 as an online event.

Please bear with us while we work out the specifics. Further details and calls for participation will be announced in the coming weeks.

Are you near Antwerp or Brussels (Belgium) and interested in Hashicorp tooling? Or do you want to see how Pulumi stacks up against Terraform? Yes?
Then come to the 6th Belgium Hashicorp User Group meetup in Mechelen on Thursday 12 September!
meetup.com/Belgium-HashiCorp-U

For anyone in need of *true* infrastructure as code, have a look at Pulumi: infra as Typescript, Python or Go code.
pulumi.com

Does anybody in here have experience with writing a #electron #app with #elm and including several #javascript libraries as well? Especially #ipfs and #ipld ?

In the past, I had problems defining the correct deliverables from web designers. How could I integrate a design in web apps, blog themes, etc? I found it now: PatternLab
patternlab.io/

“Just install Linux on it” is the “just change the engine of your car” of tech.

Not everyone is a mechanic, not everyone wants to be a mechanic, and, if we want a world where freedom is the norm, we must stop expecting everyone to become a mechanic.

Note: this is not because these people are too dumb to be mechanics. It’s because they’re brain surgeons and space-shuttle pilots and they have three kids and they care for a loved one and they don’t have time to also be a mechanic.

@Purism do you attend @fosdem ? Will the 15” v4 with 4K display be demoed?

And Asciidoc is directly supported on Github and Gitlab. Write Asciidoc and use the `.adoc` file extension.

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I'm always amazed why Markdown is used rather than Asciidoc. Asciidoc is IMO a better standard, has nicer tooling (asciidoctor.org, antora.org). Use pandoc.org to convert your data if you want to give it a try.

Hope to see you all at the 5th Belgium Hashicorp Meetup in the offices of Showpad Europe in Ghent on 12 December.
meetu.ps/e/G6r75/4nG08/a

Designing for the web is a lengthy process, but Pattern Lab (patternlab.io) cuts the roundtrip time considerably. Tnx ‪@bmuenzenmeyer‬@twitter.com, ‪@EvanLovely, @brad_frost & co!

Skitter, a DSL for distributed reactive workflows. Research work from the Brussels Free University (my alma mater) implemented in
soft.vub.ac.be/~mathsaey/skitt

"I hope that rather than lamenting that lacks language features that have historically turned out very poorly, folks can start getting into the world of data interchange formats. There is a rich history here, and many options. Going this route will mean better interop with other languages, smaller assets sent across the wire, no need to deal with JSON by hand, and no need to clutter the language." 👏🏻👏🏻
gist.github.com/evancz/1c5f2cf

Doing some frontend work for a new product. Bumped into bulma.io and loving its simplicity.

When I have to code in Java after years in & , I feel like I don't know how to program any longer. twitter.com/DamienCoraboeuf/st

Calling for help from my network. Starting mid October, I'm available part-time for a new consulting gig. Context: cloud, CI/CD, flow, , , ... If you know remote-friendly companies who need my experience, please get in touch here, or with the same handle on Twitter. 😉

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