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Hi! is being slow right now, as far as I can tell because there's twice as many people using it at the same time as ever have; I'm working on making it go fast again, but in the meantime, do remember to invite people to instead of directly to People don't have to be on the same server to follow you! Thanks!

Here comes the flood :D. It's Judgement Day! Welcome new Mastodon users 💕 . #mastoart

I also plan to do more coding on stream (as opposed to basically 0 coding on stream), if you'd like to see that, here's my twitch too:

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I'm also around on our discord most of the time, feel free to join there and chat about any concerns you might have!

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In v1.8 we also added GOAMD64 support, so, quite a lot of things changing.

I'm always working hard on retaining backwards compatibility and keeping the user experience a breeze, and this one is no different.

v1.8 added no breaking changes (unless you use internals that have no such promise), and so far, so is 1.9.

That said, feedback is always welcome, and early feedback is even more welcome! 😁

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Third and last one (so far), adds a couple more options, which would allow users to effectively build and ship test binaries

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v1.9.0 will have a couple of improvements in its core feature: builds!

It would seem someone sell my data somewhere... getting A LOT of spam emails in the last 3 days

fuck spammers

Noob me wanted to get to 100wpm in 1 weekend... almost 1 month later, still haven't touched the 90ies

I wasn't used to use my pinky to type, so they have been the slowest fingers

I'll get to 100wpm eventually, though. Mom did not raise a quitter

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I'm in a coffee shop and realized that now that I got used to the moonlander, the macbook keyboard, and staggered keyboards in general, really sucks

Are there bots to create a page with an entire mastodon thread, like the ones you find in Twitter?

🍦 Soft Serve just got a whole lot faster! Version v0.3.0 brings major performance improvements, especially for large repos and repos with a lot of commits. It also introduces new commands for interacting with files and performing git actions over SSH.

Also, one time modifiers are quite neat! I also played with auto shifting (just hold the key for a while to get their shift+key), but I didn't really liked it... sometimes I press e.g. hjkl too fast on vim, and it counts as a hold. One time modifiers seem more reliable so far :)

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Mastodon for Tech Folks

This Mastodon instance is for people interested in technology. Discussions aren't limited to technology, because tech folks shouldn't be limited to technology either!