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, to me, is always about and with those you and for.“ — David Chang

Few things in remind me more about in the present and enjoying the heck out of every breath.

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Weekends are for refilling your mental and physical batteries... some duck breast with cherry chutney, orange pickled cucumber and self made tacos. I can die happily now. 🤤

Rounding off the perfect dinner with one of my favourites. :)

Chocolate is in... 15 minutes left. The anticipation is real. 🎉

Celebrating Saturday with a very special slow chocolate Chili Con Carne. Roasting off some bones instead of adding Demi Glace later on in the process. Still one hour left until final assembly... 🤓

Ever needed to update multiple repositories at the same time or extract specific versions of files & folders from them?

Take a peek at . (Demo: asciinema.org/a/SVC3zBu7QJVhI7)

Written in 3.7 and available via "pip install tagsnag" or Github:

github.com/beulenyoshi/tagsnag

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RT @oscargodson@twitter.com
Engineering Manager: "How long do you think this will take? "

My brain:
Don't do it
Don't do it
Don't do it
Don't do it
Don't do it
Don't do it
Don't do it
Don't do it
Don't do it
Don't do it
Don't do it

Me:
"Shouldn't take too long"

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Somebody here who has released a package on PyPI.org before? I released a package today and when I install it using pip, I cannot run it as an executable from my shell. I checked the $PATH within my . Same trouble on a different machine without pyenv...

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“design patterns” are concepts used by people who can’t learn by any method except memorization, so in place of actual programming ability, they memorize “patterns” and throw each one in sequence at a problem until it works

— Dark_Shikari

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Regarding my last Toot on :

Using fuzzy search for both tag, as well as directory- / filenames makes it a pleasure — yeah, I admit it, CLI tools warm my soul — to use. 😅

Next week will be the first offical rollout. If you are interested in it, have tips on things to keep in mind when deploying via or feature suggestions: You know where to find me. :)

One of the packages I've been developing the past couple of days is called :

My students at university are handing in their projects via Git. This means, that we are faced with a bunch of repos structured in a similar way: Milestones are tagged, etc.

Tagsnag allows you to run the same commands on all repositories, update them and also extract a specific file / folder from a certain version (tag / branch).

Demo:
asciinema.org/a/EqaKeK8DTy7Gq5

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Sounds like if you enjoy running Linux on your Apple hardware, you're not upgrading any time soon.

"Apple's New Hardware With The T2 Security Chip Will Currently Block Linux From Booting - Phoronix"

phoronix.com/scan.php?page=new

A couple of days ago I asked for some tips on creating packages for . Stumbled upon this gem today.

github.com/kennethreitz/setup.

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"A distributed system is one in which the failure of a computer you didn't even know existed can render your own computer unusable"

-- Leslie Lamport, 1987

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Office bio lifehack

Tired of long meetings at work?

1. Breach the meeting room before the meeting starts
2. Place lots of water bottles at each seat
3. Wait for the meeting

Don't underestimate how fast problems can be solved under pressure.

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"XML is a classic political compromise: it balances the needs of man and machine by being equally unreadable to both"

-- Matthew Might

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