The feeling when the first, crude piece of the new framework you are writing in #rust (https://github.com/commandline/luminal) benchmarks at a whopping 5,000,000 requests per second. Even with a healthy grain of salt I am impressed.
Plumbing the depths of a new CI/CD system for $employer. Going slowly mad via docker-in-docker, volumes, and uid/gid mismatches. It would be so cool if I could get his last piece to work.
More science at @rustbeltrust–brightness plot of Trappist-1, subtracting the background.
I made a thing from Kepler data on Trappist-1. Science!
Using the Rust linter, Clippy, for the first time. I am in love.
Any day I get to code exclusively in Rust is a good day. Could use it, today, as am otherwise feeling a little down.
This is an episode of The Command Line Podcast.
I talk about the how frustration can be effectively channeled by building surprising tools, for yourself and your fellow developers.
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Tech friends: Of those considering themselves prog lang polyglots, how often do you honestly choose best vs. fave tool?
My tech friends: Are you a programming language polyglot? If so, what benefits do you realize? Drawbacks?
I love Lin Clark’s code cartoons, as much for her incredibly clear explanations as for her fearless choice of advanced and in-the-weeds topics. Her latest, a three part series delving into some new low level capabilities that will make concurrent and high performance programming more possible in the browser is no exception.