Enjoyed the Go London Study Group this evening. Added super sampling to my Mandelbrot set generator. #golang
If you are in the U.K. Monzo are giving £10 to anyone who uses a referral link to open an account. I don’t benefit from referrals, but you can.
Who doesn’t want a mobile first, cloud native bank that was built from the ground up in the last few years? AND it comes with a hot coral pink card. What’s not to love?
The economics of the gig economy in China mean it is not only possible but seems common to get someone to go to Starbucks and bring you your coffee in the morning.
The store is open, staff are making coffee but I’m the only customer here. Instead there are a steady stream of delivery riders turning up to collect orders.
Beijing’s air quality has been a frequent topic of conversation since I’ve been here and so I built myself a simple air quality indicator.
In building this, it surprised me was how quickly we adjust our definitions of normal. When freak events become regular occurrences they no longer stand out whatever colour we make them.
For all my work with ops, alerts and dashboards I’m not sure why this surprised me as much as it did.
Company (Google) Tried to Patent My Work After a Job Interview https://patentpandas.org/stories/company-patented-my-idea
This prompted me to loook up the origins of the phrase “Siamese twins”. Whilst I can see the connection with the picture, I had no idea that it can actually be used to refer to word pairs:
* milk and honey
* short and sweet
* fight or flight
“Before Twitter, before algorithmic timelines filtered our reality for us, before surveillance capitalism, there was RSS: Really Simple Syndication … As we move away from the centralised web to the peer web, it’s time to rediscover, re-embrace, and reclaim RSS.”
Pencilled in to give my first ever talk at a #GoLang meet-up. The theme... learning.
I'd love to hear your experiences: What helped you learn Go? What really got in the way? But above all, what projects did you invent just so that you could try things out?
I really like the sound of #SustainOSS. I don’t consider myself a project maintainer or a qualified contributor yet, but have a year to change that.
Thanks for the great write-up @email@example.com.