However, in default setup it makes your browser to use a bit more resources than before. How to fix this: you can go to "More" tab, and switch from "dynamic" mode to "filter+" mode and enable "dynamic" or any other for sites that are harder to tweak. And this make your web experience dark and pretty fast
Aaand every #scala journey starts with a bunch of docs I have to read :)
I recently wrote about how I get the other engineers at Artsy to write so many blog posts.
tl;dr is I wait for someone to do something blog post-worthy (which I have an expansive definition for) and then support them in achieving their knowledge-sharing goals.
Please remember that #Git is by nature distributed. So when migrating from (for example) #GitHub to (for example) #GitLab please, please, please do NOT create a brand new repository and git add the files, or the entire commit history will be lost. Instead, just push the existing repository to your new hosting service.
I'm afraid that it's not our views, nor our technology, but our behaviour that will eventually make this corner of the Fediverse unlivable.
The more we accept the spectacle of high profile infighting as normal, the more widespread it becomes, and eventually only people with a taste for conflict will want to live where everyone is hostile to each other.
We should all be prepared to fight for ourselves. But, remember: love for each other is praxis, too.
"Can we all please stop using Medium now?"
Good post by @firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you really must use Medium, publish the post first on your own blog and then use "Import a story" feature within Medium to post it there too. You get best of both worlds that way.
@sir was watching to your screencast on how do you do code reviews. Just curious, do you sometimes temporarily apply changes to get the full picture of code with patch?
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