It feels good to get some long-awaited maintenance out of the way.
I'm finally going to start a migration for my blog's webserver that's been pending for over 3 years.
You might notice seemingly old things appearing in your timelines. That's because they were skipped over before. This should resolve itself in the next 30 mins and everything will be up to date.
One of the enormous upsides to being good at a language like Python is that after 6 months of barely touching it, I can easily remember the API without looking at the docs or using auto-complete.
IMO Swift is impossible without Xcode.
I just fixed a bug with Pine.blog and was about to deploy it when I remembered that you should never deploy late-night fixes.
I'm proud to say it's only taken me 323,000 seemingly-simple-but-something-goes-wrong-late-at-night-deploys to learn this lesson.
Software development is basically just spending an inappropriate amount of time chasing down problems you caused for yourself because you either can't add or forgot to check if something was null.
My problem statement for today: determine a number 1-12 to return in a way that is:
What would you do?
The single most important change Apple has made to App Store Connect in recent years is making it mobile-friendly.
So freaking useful.
tl;dr Democracy vouchers are good. We should do them.
A podcast episode about the Senate and its arcane, procedural rules that normal people would find blisteringly dull including a discussion with the actual Senate parliamentarian?
Why yes, I will drop everything and listen to that.
I got this pen in Japan for less than a dollar. Today after years of use, I’ve finally killed it. It’s served me well.
I also just ordered more.
Small hiccup with Pine.blog timelines today. Fixed now. You might see some posts from earlier today that were missed by the parser.