Aaron Gunderson

I’ve been using Gitlab a little more recently and digging it. It’s not perfect and I’m still adjusting to some of the workflows but I like how it feels and some touches like nested groups.

I hate when developers try to be smart with password validations and fail. Your regex isn’t working how you think it is.

I donated to @mozilla today because I #lovetheweb. Join me and help build + protect the Web forever share.mozilla.org/477021806…

Which one to do 🤔 www.thenorthface.com/get-outdo…

Very cool interactive art: vvvv.org/blog/eq-t…

Trying a barrel aged porter with cocoa husks, coffee and Madagascar vanilla

Very nice. Private life only private between you, tech co and anyone paying. www.bloombergquint.com/pursuits/…

Smart Lights: Your Smart Light Can Tell Amazon And Google When You Go To Bed

Interesting thoughts on compounding knowledge: fs.blog/2019/02/c…

Things Bostonians think coming back from Japan. How can we make the MBTA as good as the trains there?

Some food from my japan trip

Did a fun 6 mile run in the snow and ice strava.app.link/xF9klfSbE…

Shout to my girlfriend for making yummy hoddeok, a Korean doughy pancake stuffed with pecans and sugar 😋

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Saturday morning vibes

Very interesting security read from Hacker news blog.haschek.at/2018/the-…

New Run Route Alt title: Aaron discovers trails, tries to keep pace with cars on interstate, then loses path on way back.

Dang, that’s a pretty desktop case. system76.com/desktops

2019 Linux: Plugs in monitor and menu scale is 200% but screen scale is normal, DAC is plugged in and selected and can hear volume up/down sounds but no programs can play sound. Closing the lid doesn’t lock the computer right.

Has anyone else’s Spotify gotten terribly slow? It’s unusable at times for me on iPhone 7. Search just hangs, opening an album never completes, a playlist doesn’t load, etc.

Todays end of day developer status: 30 terminals open. Need to practice the reduce, reuse, and recycle workflow.

I need to explore running options around my new work. I’ve effectively done two routes so far every time. Miss running along the Charles

Posted my 2018 review blog post finally: 2018 In Review

What will the next generation of social media-savvy politicians look like?

And with the new pricing model: New Year, New Github the easiest way to get rid of it might be cancelling the paid account.

The new @Github Pro label also doesn’t look good on the profile page and I can’t find a disable option.

I really don’t like this new gaudy Pro label on @Github