Didn't think we'd get this in Ruby. Looks interesting! https://medium.com/@retrorubies/ruby-2-7-experimental-pattern-matching-in-few-examples-4d0987b9e12f
Good article by Kent Beck on the desired properties of tests: https://medium.com/@kentbeck_7670/test-desiderata-94150638a4b3
Oh my, AsciiDoc looks like a really interesting alternative to Markdown (supported by GitHub as well!): https://asciidoctor.org/docs/asciidoc-syntax-quick-reference/
If you've ever had your Linux desktop lock up completely due to Out-Of-Memory, this could be the tool for you. Why have I only heard about this thing just now? https://github.com/rfjakob/earlyoom/
It is proven! I am linduxed on Keybase: https://keybase.io/linduxed/sigchain#c3db699518c55c6e515cb37214a4b437e3070c6315bb4a970cf2b308191e7cc90f
Having used it for about three weeks now, I can safely say that the wrist rest for the https://ultimatehackingkeyboard.com/ is well worth the purchase. If it's in your budget, I would wholeheartedly recommend it.
If embedded Elixir/Erlang sounds cool, here's a Kickstarter for you: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/peerstritzinger/grisp-2
So, Haskell people, do people use this, or are records still considered an unsolved pain point of the language? http://nikita-volkov.github.io/record/
I thought `tig` was working weirdly: my binding for echoing the current commit hash into `xclip` worked while `tig` was active, but clipboard was cleared on `tig` exit. TIL this is an X thing: https://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/125465/xclip-does-not-change-the-clipboard-content/341210#341210
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