This is my microblog. It's like a personal Twitter. It was inspired largely by Manton Reece's ideas of owning your own content.
If you feel new to the command line/terminal, I highly recommend getting this awesome zine: https://jvns.ca/blog/2018/08/05/new-zine–bite-size-command-line/
I wish I had something like this when I was starting out.
A bunch of other weird corners of Ruby here: https://ilyabylich.svbtle.com/my-favorite-parts-of-ruby
The Flip Flop operator in Ruby: http://nithinbekal.com/posts/ruby-flip-flop/
What a strange corner of ruby. It’s being removed in 3.0, deprecated in 2.6.
Started a new job at thoughtbot today. Pretty psyched: https://twitter.com/thoughtbot/status/1009825698326999042
Apparently it’s about a euphonium-playing high school girl who had a bad time in band class.
The episode titles are great:
More images here
I’m trying to figure out how to watch this
I’m not usually a big Anime person, but check out how good this looks:
Friend: Hey, this is some good music. Who’s the artist?
Me: Uh… https://open.spotify.com/artist/1TIbqr0x8HoKzKBNtNN8wf?si=-LVtkxxkTx-pGr5eU3CudQ
One of my favorite movies of 2017 was Baby Driver. It’s on iTunes this week for 99¢.
Watch it knowing as little as possible.
“I’m sorry I put my cold hands on you without letting you baby-bird me that wine.”
- My marriage
This seems like a nice reference for Ruby: https://rubyreferences.github.io/rubyref/
Kind of a crash course as opposed to starting with the documentation.
New DNS service (like Google’s 188.8.131.52) that is faster and privacy focused: https://blog.cloudflare.com/announcing-1111/ https://infinitediaries.net/announcing-1-1-1-1-dns/
This answer got pretty inspirational at the end: https://serverfault.com/a/646980/218198
In the sprit of @jwwweber sharing hot tips, TIL you can update your mac via the command line: https://www.macrumors.com/how-to/update-macos-terminal-command/
I wrote a post comparing the way Lucky and Rails handle view partials: https://blog.edwardloveall.com/comparing-rails-and-lucky-partials
TL;DR The Lucky framework is fantastic.
I recently converted Apple’s Metal sample code to Swift as a way to learn Metal (and more Swift). If you’re curious to check out metal, here it is
I’ve been studying trigonometry with Khan Academy lately, and sometimes they throw some real impossible questions at you:
Even if you’re not that into the oscars, these is some pretty nice data visualization: https://twitter.com/WaltHickey/status/955868947177492481
My musical taste is the All Things Considered segment breaks.
My friend @danielpunkass just released MarsEdit 4! If you blog at all, go check it out.
Gotta brag for a sec: A website I designed is featured in this book under inspiration!
I’ve never liked ANTIFA/Punch Nazi tactics. This article showed me why and offers a great alternative:
I spent a weekend with the Lucky Framework and wrote up some of my thoughts.
TL;DR, there’s a lot to like.
The Apple Watch Series 3 webpage loads a whole 3D scene and is crazy cool:
Today my new screensaver goes live!
Here’s a good list of great macOS software. Somewhat dev focused but applicable to all.
Boston marches against hate: http://s.edwardloveall.com/charlottesville-march.jpg
100% agree. Share your salaries: http://stephaniehurlburt.com/blog/2016/12/7/a-note-on-programmer-salaries
Looks like Rails is gearing up to release ActiveStorage, a file upload framework:
Flow is a neat typeface for prototyping, but it also looks so pretty on code: