Update: it’s not perfect but it’s still an incredible value and makes biking up hills so much easier. 🚲 ⚡️
‘What’s global capitalism ever done for me? What am I supposed to be scared of in socialism, the free health care or the free college?’
Don't just read the link and go "I can't strike," there's also coordinated protests and other ways to get involved.
As the website says, "[o]ur house is on fire - let's act like it."
(Boost this or a better call to action, or write your own, please.)
The Timbers have so many injuries that they can’t fill an 18 man roster tonight. No defenders on the bench, does not bode well. #rctid 🌲⚽️ 😳
Welcome to Sidekiq 6.0! https://www.mikeperham.com/2019/09/03/welcome-to-sidekiq-6.0/
This article misses one important point (to me): an email address should work for decades. I don’t want to run a server myself that long, nor do I trust a small startup to last that long. https://poolp.org/posts/2019-08-30/you-should-not-run-your-mail-server-because-mail-is-hard
Bought our first ebike. It’s incredibly cheap ($600) but looks like a decent city bike; we’ll see how well it holds up. https://bit.ly/2SqsBQ5
I just released Sidekiq 6, Sidekiq Pro 5 and Sidekiq Enterprise 2. 🎉🎩
Will announce publicly on Monday so I can handle any bug reports this weekend.
Why wasn't this international news?
I regret to inform you that the Lapsnatcher has struck again #mastocats
@sir this reminds me of another situation I call The macOS Programming Problem:
Building a Rails app on macOS required figuring out how to install Postgres, Homebrew, etc. On Debian it was a routine apt-get. Much was written about setting up a Rails env for macOS; none for Debian.
When I asked people why they bought MacBooks, they explained that at least someone had figured out how to do Rails dev on it, unlike Debian.
Open source developer
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