Enjoy having your mind blown.

If you're a programmer, this is a must read.



Today deployed a website with plain JS and CSS, without any pre-processing.


The crap I'm dealing with would be done like an hour ago in Linux but an obscure PowerShell dependency fucked me up.

Microsoft technologies in companies are popular because Microsoft have good marketeers, not because good services/software. Period.

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This is the worst thing I've read in a long time, by far. dev.to/theobendixson/the-capit

It's okay to critique Agile and people that follow methodologies in general. BUT, at least, **read** the basics of what you're talking about.

This is disgusting.

“I need to change some of my
behavior, and I want to apologize to the people that my personal
behavior hurt and possibly drove away from kernel development

I did not expect to see this kind of introspection from Linus Torvalds lkml.org/lkml/2018/9/16/167

First time I talk about this project.

I started visualizing some stuff in the screen.

This is for a project I'm working on with a new friend. We are trying to understand our city's society. We started with and for that we are making an analysis on the house prices.

It's being a lot of fun. Playing with ... the code I wrote is a marvellous spaghetti but it fucking works.

One thing I learned from the Manchester Software Freedom day event is that Purism is a social purpose corporation.


Maybe having more social purpose corporations is something to encourage along with cooperatives.

I'm very happy to hear that the Godot game engine eventually decided to move from master/slave terminology to master/puppet terminology twitter.com/reduzio/status/104

The devs were initially resistant to it, but have come around to agreeing that not only is it the right thing to do, the terms better reflect what is happening technically now.

"This is 'Keys'. She keeps putting her paws in the air and nobody knows why." - imgur.com/gallery/1OVsa

Reading a web page about accessibility, nodding along, thinking about the things it says, scrolling, reading, and then a pop up about their newsletter – window closed.

@ekaitz_zarraga Qué opinión te merece FastMail?

Tiraría a Proton si no fuera porque necesito calendario integrado :( uso mucho el calendario.

y FastMail no tiene seguridad punto a punto, es centralizado, pero me dan bastante mejor espina que el resto de proveedores. (Y es siempre de pago, al menos tienen excusa para decir que no hacen cosas raras con los datos).

Servers en US y Amsterdam (creo) pero es una empresa Australiana.

Also: 164mb~ for bad routing.

A properly working Go container would be... like, 9mb or so?

(Guessing 164mb because it's the minimal size of a dotnet core runtime on Alpine linux)

Using Azure every day on my job helps me to know that I'll never use it for my own things.

When you enable automatic AAD Authentication in your Azure Web App on Linux. It'll put a freaking 164mb Docker container as a proxy and guess what: It works terrible.

POST requests doesn't work. No joking. Zero documentation. Zero references. Just some "easyauth" logs hanging around a JSON that a mostly hidden API exposes to notice the existence of that. WTF.

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