After a couple of months work I can finally post a bit more about this. We finally got our company up and running 😸 🎉 Happy to work with people who share the same values regarding human interaction and technology. https://antei.de/
Maybe it was #homophobia all along?? 🤔
"Ending the lifetime ban on queer men donating blood made ‘no significant change’ to HIV rates in US blood banks"
*sigh* Looks I'm on #linkedin now. The joys of "serious businessing".
I often hear people casually say "You should learn programming language X". As if that was something you can do in an afternoon. REALLY learning a language means more than being able to churn on some code that runs. You need to be able to navigate the ecosystem and libraries, learn what certain compiler flags do and when to use them. If the language comes with build and documentation tools, you should also learn those. Learning syntax and being able to tinker around is not "knowing a language".
`haddock` is quite nice for #haskell documentation. People should use it more often. I honestly think that getting a grip of a programming language's documentation tool is kind of mandatory if you claim to be proficient in a language.
Noch ein bisschen an responsiveness gebastelt aufgrund von konstruktivem Feedback 😸
Wir haben bei antei jetzt auch ein kleines Technologie-Blog aufgesetzt 😸 Hat eine Menge Spaß gemacht. Werden das jetzt regelmäßig mit Inhalt betanken 🎉 https://blog.antei.de/
Finally! Foot-1.5.0 has been released 🎉
Lots of new configuration options and bug fixes. Some of the major changes and additions are:
* Config moved from .config/footrc to .config/foot/foot.ini
* Scrollback position indicator
* Fully configurable mouse bindings
* Configurable key bindings for scrollback search
* Configurable selection colors
* Optional support for double-width PUAs (aka support for Nerd Fonts, Powerline etc)
I feel like comments are just like any other document - written for an audience.
If you're writing code for a tutorial, comment it like a tutorial. If you're writing code for contributors, comment it for contributors.
Currently writing an article, and I'm reminded of a former project manager who demanded commenting our code to a degree that you could consider it a programming tutorial. I mean obviously you should write documentation and comment code that is non-obvious (which can be tricky to distinguish), but if your PM demands that your code reads like a tutorial for non-programmers there is something seriously wrong.
Looking forward to switch to #FreeBSD 13 in January. Especially excited about the switch to #OpenZFS. Lots of goodies ahead 😸 https://www.freebsd.org/releases/13.0R/schedule.html
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