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Btw, is a really really nice solution for remote pairing/screen sharing. It just works as expected and even has a confetti feature 🎉

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Spent most of the day trying to fix/figure out why my local development environment broke after the latest macOS update. Turns out I just had a typo in a config file for weeks that finally got reloaded because the computer restarted. 😩
Glad I could use Tuple to pair with - couple of coworkers and get some real work done.

Bought myself a SD-card reader for transferring photos from my to my iPhone. A bit inconvenient compared to the built in wireless transfer feature but so much faster, plus you get RAW images as well compared to JPG only over Wi-Fi.

Should have bought this years ago 🤷‍♂️😊

Just noticed that finally has a iPhone app 🚀

I can now access my notes on the go! 🤯😄

Have tried now as well and that was also a nice experience.

Not sure where we will end up hosting the monolith.

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When the Swedish minister of education (Social democrat) plays my version of Wordle and that day's word was "Sosse" (short for Social democrat in Swedish)

Trying out as an alternative to Heroku and saw that they're using Capistrano and that was nice a trip down the memory lane.

When a new third-party memoization feature resulted in worse performance… 🙈

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I would not recommend using Intel CPUs for compiling Rust. The binary that comes out technically correct, but lacks the warmth and POPCNT that the AMD CPUs can generate. The binary code layering that you can achieve on a 32-core AMD 6969 Ryzen has a completely different level of opcode detail resolution, especially the branching is noticeably smooth (your average amateur might not notice subtle differences when a processor executes 4 billion instructions per second anyway, but true codeophiles will).

Important: make sure you use high-quality shielded gold-plated USB cables to connect your keyboard when typing the code -- no matter how sophisticated the CPU you use to compile, the result will be bad if the input was distorted.

"To ensure that Qovery is the right product for you and that you get the best out of it, we have put in place an onboarding process requiring a validation by our teams." 😴🥱

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Looking into moving away from Heroku.

So far we've been testing and, will probably try next.

We just decided to go all in on Typescript for our ember.js app. Not the decision I thought I would take but I somehow changed my mind over the weekend 🤷‍♂️

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This is amazing and now I want to learn digital electronics 🙈🎉

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Great use of CSS variables to set inheritable aspect ratio styles!

"Building a combined CSS-aspect-ratio-grid"

Nordic.js just announced four more speakers. Check out the best conference I’ve ever been to!

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