Any day I get to code exclusively in Rust is a good day. Could use it, today, as am otherwise feeling a little down.
I’m trying, little magnet, I’m trying.
Just had the best professional feedback round I think ever. Honest, constructive, lots of ideas for continuing growth.
Before installing cpufreqd and laptop-mode-tools, struggled to get thru 1hr meeting. powertop now shows 2.5+ hrs on battery.
Frustrated by poor battery life, recently spent some time optimizing my lappie–laptop-mode-tools FTW.
This is an episode of The Command Line Podcast.
In another off the cuff episode, I share some thoughts on practice, mastery and goals.
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TFW a team lunch devolves into shared nostalgia for old Sega systems and games.
So my choices for programming tasks recently have been a project using a stack I consider out-dated, a project that is effectively a UI developer’s playground, or personal projects. No wonder I end up working on the last pretty much all the time.
Someone must have read my gripe about mandatory, broadcast style meetings. Nothing like some Uptown Funk to liven things up.
Is there a server framework that downloads a client bundle straight from npm so a server repo can be truly separate?