Writing lots of JavaScript had me leaning fairly hard towards indenting using spaces rather than tabs.

However this post from a friend of mine, @zwyx , has pretty clearly changed my mind.

zwyx.dev/blog/indentation-for-

Those self hosting feels when your Masto instance runs out of disk space over the holidays.

Woops

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Chase Davidson says hi, hope you’re doing well.

If you’re not doing so well, you’re not alone. This can be a difficult time of year. There are people you can talk to about your mental wellbeing.

health.act.gov.au/about-our-he

#mentalhealth #cbr #dog #bulldog #canberra

@rauschma Oh interesting I hadn't seen that proposal before, almost like RxJS functionality built directly into the language! Very neat!

Although I do wonder about coming across say `fn().map()`. Will it be obvious that we're dealing with an iterator? as opposed to an array.

In RxJS land they wrapped all the operators in `fn().pipe(map())` so it wasn't as big an issue.

Excited to dig more into the proposal soon.

Here is another quick write up about one of my past .

A kilterboard rock climbing app.

tim.wants.coffee/posts/kilterb

It was a ton of fun, from automating a virtual android device in the cloud to help extract data.

To reverse engineering a protocol and re-implementing it with .

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Containers are **not** lightweight VMs.

They are just chroot with marketing budget.

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I think all github issues should come with the caveat that even if fixing a software bug gives us a fleeting sense of control, our lives are subject to the whims of chance and death remains inevitable

@rauschma @nolan I'm not sure if I agree entirely, things like throwing regex at problems where number manipulation would cut it don't seem particularly harder?

Perhaps the recursion one there was a bit of a hit in code cleanliness.

I don't think we can just wave our hands and hope for a better compiler.

Sound heuristics for grabbing more efficient operations, when a profiler is showing a slow hot path, seems like something we should encourage?

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"Speeding up the JavaScript ecosystem - one library at a time" by Marvin Hagemeister marvinh.dev/blog/speeding-up-j

I'll bet you could find a lot of little optimizations like these in common Node.js tools. I wonder how much of the speedup from various Rust/Go/etc replacements is just because nobody bothered to optimize the existing JS-based tools.

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today is thanksgiving but tomorrow is git blamesgiving

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The most entertaining submission to the CMA has to be this short but sharp submission from Mike Padgett.

Thanks Mike.

"It's insane that I even have to write this email...."

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[first day as car salesman]
Customer: Cargo space?
Me: Car no do that. Car no fly.
Manager: Can I see you in my office?

@brunoph Try something like 11ty.

Feels like a breath of fresh air with how close to HTML and CSS you are.

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To celebrate 1K followers here, something I have been wanting to figure out for a long time: a slippy #Mapbox map with an overlaid #D3 #SVG map synced to it: svelte.dev/repl/2578120142f44b

This means: Mapbox base layers and controls + all the D3 geo goodness like great circles, geoCircles and curved line interpolations!

Of course, built with #Svelte

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Call it an obsession, but I love the GitHub contribution graph.

I wrote up a little script to replicate my companies non-Github repos to Github, while shipping no code to hopefully not freak them out.

tim.wants.coffee/posts/owning-

@simon I gave it a try, knocked out a post of half the size in like 2 hours or so.

I guess I have something to strive for the next 20 years! 😅

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"Mastodon is just like email."
Like email? So I use Microsoft Outlook?
"Use WHAT"

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