I miss a lot when I didn't have kids and could just get crazy and go down any rabbit hole for 3 days straight.

Kids are obviously cool but I miss having the time and attention for those things. I didn't lose curiosity. I just lost attention.

I need to experiment a bit more on how far we can take user stories. I mean, my usual battle has been about decoupling stories with Jira tickets or, god forbid, pull requests, but what if we consider a story done when you learn something from it?


I was recommended this beautiful talk: youtube.com/watch?v=ESOaDiv3lX

"We estimate because it is an easy susbstitution from a calculation for value"

Imagine if instead of making kids use Microsoft Word someone taught them how to use Emacs. I cant imagine what a high schoolers config.el would even look like.

So I feel better about myself that post was edited using Comic Code font in vim.

I'm probably worried because I published a post in my blog that could be taken as really taking my own opinion really seriously.


I stopped tooting for a while. That's a clear sign I'm taking myself too seriously. Time to be back.

also, don't miss the amazing video on there: https://coffee-and-dreams.uk/images/nginx/madoka.webm

i'd post it here but this margin is too small to contain it

2020 is the year of Linux on the Desktop because only GNU/Linux users run desktop machines anymore

I need to study more Haskell. It is fascinating how the haskell community is encouraging a model for designing software.

This is the target: github.com/graninas/Functional

Unfortunately I cannot understand that so I will start on Real World Haskell.

Just because your programming language does not have a feature it does not mean it doesn't exist. For example, in Ruby we tend to forget about interfaces because they are not explicit.

Best lines of code I've seen in a while: github.com/swaywm/sway/blob/ma

Sway forces you to pass a --my-next-gpu-wont-be-nvidia switch to start if you are on NVidia.

I love the smell of stacktraces in the morning...

I'm thinking on building a tiny text based dashboard for a spare raspberry and monitor I have at home.

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