Type type type... Other stuff... Type type type... Other stuff... Type type type... Other stuff... <- Me for the past 30 years
Brioche fresh out of the oven. Smells amazing!
It's late. I'm awake. I'm working from home tomorrow so will probably sleep in late. Kind of need to get back to a place where I'm waking up on time in the morning. Ah well.
I'm not going to boost if I agree! I'll only boost of I want to boost and it doesn't ask me to boost!
I needed to create versioned .zip and .tar.gz files from each build of a #dotnet console app project I'm working on. Wrote a blog post about it. https://whereslou.com/2018/09/producing-a-zip-or-tarball-when-building-a-net-core-console-app/
I'll probably also share links to blog articles I write. Hope you don't mind.
Last year I made a sandwich bread recipe that was super good and thought I had lost it forever. Today, I found my bread recipe!!!!
I immediately wrote it down in my current pocket notebook and have also scanned it into my phone. If you want some REALLY good sandwich bread and you like baking, this is my gift to you.
I think I might start blogging again... Maybe... "Well, I’ll just come right out and say it. I’m not really a fan of mock libraries for unit test code. I think they’re the wrong kind of lazy."
@ashfurrow hi, just joined Mastodon, but I've been online for a while and have a few experiences hosting community spaces and whatnot. I was curious if your instance has any policy statements, code of conduct and the like yet? If not I'd suggest looking at the Django one as a basis. I've used it before, is nice, and is licensed with creative commons. https://www.djangoproject.com/conduct/
the cleveland zoo got a new baby rhino, and it's both adorable and ridiculous
This is my first toot. Hello everybody!!!! And here's a picture of a bird bath I made from scratch in ceramics.