Oh humans how flawed and wonderful you are.
Have you ever wondered where you saved that file from back when you did a something, like a project or a task? Whether it is a personal project, small task, work related project. It does not matter. We have all been in this situation.
Two git aliases to list the commits you have created off of your base branch and the files you have touched.
I added at least three soundtrack items from Wind River to my Rubies for work playlist on Spotify. A great movie to watch.
Relax! I’ll need some information first. Said the mentor.
I am not a very enthusiastic reader of year or decade reviews. I will try to keep it as short as possible. Maybe a bullet list? As always, if someone told me what would happen in the next 10 years back in 2010, I would probably stare at them in disbelief …
Ruby 2.7 has just been released (Dec 25) as the tradition is. That’s the last minor version before 3.0 which is going to be released on Dec 25, 2020. In one year. Here are a few new features that caught my eye. Array intersection There are a couple of set methods you can use with … Continue reading Ruby 2.7
I always had trouble finding a way to copy lines of code in vim when I wanted to paste the lines in some other application on macOS. You see vim doesn’t use the OS clipboard when it copies something …
Year progress: ▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓░ 91% This week was quite busy and productive. We discovered a bug in Supportress, and started investigating it. I continued implementing payments. We had a great discussion with Ilias on how our existing models match what the payments tutorial suggests. It turned out we already had a model that corresponds to the … Continue reading 2019-W48
Year progress: ▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓░░ 89% When I worked at GitHub as a manager, I used to share a short synopsis of the week at the end of each week. I shared that with my team, and it had various items in it. Project progress, thoughts, direction, insights, questions, and many more. I changed formats and what … Continue reading 2019-W47