I’m taking a week off between jobs and what do I do with my first day off? Brain wakes me up at 5 am for no good reason.
It’s an infrastructure failure that Boston to Philadelphia costs more money to take the train that it does to fly.
I upgraded to a nice standing desk 2 months ago and I’m not sure how I survived this long without it working from home. Only complaint is my monitors wobble a bit more but i need to figure out how to tighten the stand a bit.
Early spring seedling’s experiment is going pretty well! Tomatoes, some herbs, peppers, kale, leeks and beets are all showing growth.
Is Amazon desperate for engineers? it seems like their recruiters don’t coordinate either because I seem to get a lot despite noting a disinterest.
Car brain rots us. Why are we listening to people who drive over 50 miles a day complain? Why do we set policy from opinions of people who choose to drive inefficient vehicles and live unreasonable distances from where they work or live?
Seed starting for the spring. The vegetables are definitely not cheaper than the farmers market at this rate.
Excited to see my first Elixir lang contribution make it’s way to my dev env. A minor quality of life change but in 1.13 code coverage fails on thresholds and I updated it to print out the percentages on failure. #MyElixirStatus
I made my first Clojurescript app :D agundy.gitlab.io/gas-viz/
What’s that state of clojure and clojurescript these days? I haven’t heard or seen much but might not be in the right circles. Still productive and in use?
How much bandwidth on the internet is developers and CI redownloading the same docker images, apt packages, python, js, etc?
People are talking about lifting the gas tax. We shouldn’t be making it cheaper to have car dependence. A better idea is to replace it with a carbon * weight * miles driven tax to better match the true cost of driving on infrastructure and planet.
The Suburbs Are Bleeding America Dry | Climate Town (feat. Not Just Bikes) youtu.be/SfsCniN7N…