If it disagrees with experiment, it is wrong!
The Character of Physical Law, Cornell University, 1964. pic.twitter.com/jzoWaFx3D9— Richard Feynman (@ProfFeynman) October 4, 2018
Did you know that almost any shell uses the READLINE library? If using the command-line is part of your daily work you really should read Gnu Software Manual - Readline and get comfortable with it’s keys ;-)
I’m using an older iPad without the apple-pen but with a mechanical stylus (“JotPro”). My experience with wrist-protection software is that it either doesn’t work or slows down my iPad. Here is my solution …
A nice and easy to understand Introduction to Elixir & Nerves on a RaspberryPi. Thanks to SteveGrossi I’ll have some fun today, playing with my Raspberry.
If you know me, you know I like to get rid of stuff, to keep things simple. And today I removed sass from my project. Thanks, Lea Verou for this brilliant talk.
One of the best talks about programming languages I’ve seen this year.
Yesterday I found this on twitter.
04 Dec, 1995. Published in The Sentinel of Carlisle, Pennsylvania.
Touchbar or not, use
Ctrl+[ instead of
Wow, that is cool! Although I have no touchbar, my caps-lock is configured as Ctrl-key and Ctrl+[ is much less finger moving than using the regular esc key. A big hug for this @tenderlove (vim since the 1980ies and still learning :D) https://t.co/FXCu0pysoJ— Andi Altendorfer (@nickendell) July 24, 2018
While dedusting my physical bookshelf, I remembered myself to update my Goodread Account too ;-)
Today, I wrote my first HEX-package and published it on “hex.pm”. It is an extract of my daily work and was part of an “Umbrella-App” initially.
Let's just skip all the frameworks entirely. Learn how to do the work. Learn how to apply inspect and adapt to the work itself. Learn everything (all frameworks + underlying thinking). Build your own process. Nobody excels by following a rigid set of rules by rote.— Allen Holub (@allenholub) July 4, "2018"
Home office in da sun, what could be a better place to work.
Inspired by Kat Tornwall’s talk about integration tests with Elixir and Phoenix I did some clean up in my integration tests of my current Elixir project. Look how much more readable they are now.
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