Today’s ElixirWeekly included a link to a blog post about Ecto and Binary IDs (https://www.annkissam.com/elixir/alembic/posts/2019/01/04/ecto-and-binary-ids.html) which had helped me to get PostgreSQL to generate the UUID values and prompted me to write up how I did it:
I’ve lost almost 30kg in weight since the summer by improving my diet. In 2019 I’m getting back on my rowing machine and as a warm-up I’ve just done 5k. It wasn’t fast but I don’t feel like death… a good trade-off! https://www.strava.com/activities/2046853073?utm_content=390099
Loosing weight means you have a good excuse to buy some new t-shirts. And it’s lovely that narrower ones lie flat between the side rails of my drying stand rather than being rumpled up at the sides because they are too wide. #middleagedpleasures
Four days in and I have three observations about #AdventOfCode so far.
It’s great fun and a great challenge but can be very time consuming. It’s definitely worth doing with either your primary development language or one you are learning if you want more of a challenge.
I decided to write up some notes about my decision to move from Evernote to Notes, some concerns and the one gotcha I encountered during the migration process: http://www.swwritings.com/post/2018-11-14-from-evernote-to-notes
Thanks to Marcus Zarra I now know that you can have subfolders in Apple’s Notes… Just drag folders onto each other. https://twitter.com/mzarra/status/1062128208139640833
Now that I think I’ve got the basics working, you can also find me on Micro.blog (https://micro.blog/simonwolf). Content from there will be cross-posted here but if you are on Micro.blog please let me know so that I can follow you there too.
I've not been very good at posting here recently and whilst I'll try harder I'm going to give Micro.blog a go first as a way to try to centralise my output. In addition to this account you can follow me via @firstname.lastname@example.org but I'm hoping that Micro.blog will cross-post to this account anyway.
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