We're looking for an experienced front-end lead/head of front-end where I work (HealthUnlocked, a social network for health) if that sounds like your cup of tea! Pls boost if you like boosting things. https://t.co/uO2aiEqlp6
When I’m building an app I don’t care if I make breaking changes. I can manage that. The cost of doing so is vastly less than the cost of keeping all the old app code around.
I tried getting spec.test/check working but just got lost in how to deal with functions that call the database. Also was a bit miffed to find out that instrument doesn’t check `:ret` specs as this was what first made me reach for it - a fn returning the wrong thing.
Any clojure.spec fans on here who would be up for giving my PR a quick review ☺️?
I'm trying to get my head around how to make spec useful but so far it's not clicking. Am I on the right track?
Every good Clojure function looks like a T-rex, in profile, facing to the left. Every single one. If your function doesn't, it needs refactoring.
Change my mind.
How to review/refactor a #Clojure function.
Does it look like a T-rex? Yes? Good. No? Make it look more like a T-rex. Well done.
Tell me I'm wrong.
We'd have a lot fewer hand-wringing thinkpieces about AI if we called it "efficiently searching a possibility space for the weights that minimize an error function over a training set" (which is what it is) instead of "artificial intelligence" or "machine learning".
The danger of AI isn't that it will take over the world, it's that people will put way too much faith in its dumb predictions. #heyfeedfox
If anyone fancies some sort of collaboration I'd be well up for that. I know my limitations but I enjoy making daft stuff 😹.
Head of Engineering at HealthUnlocked. Opinions my own, although most of my colleagues like cat GIFs too.
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