Big #luckyframework update to 0.15 and a new website to boot!
Wow that's a lot of gelato. #BSDCan
Slides for my #BSDCan 2019 talk "Building an accessible #OpenBSD laptop" are up: https://www.openbsd.org/papers/bsdcan2019-accessible-openbsd-laptop.pdf
Find me for a sticker if you haven't been given one! I'm carrying several on me.
I'm the one with the ridiculous grey backpack with orange and pink flowers.
In Ottawa! #BSDCan
These are some really nice, basic guidelines from the UK Home Office on web accessibility. Definitely some things I hadn't considered, too. (It's not just about low vision stuff.)
This interview makes me sound like a paranoid DIY hacker: http://bikeshed.fm/194
Bought my #BSDCan tickets!
stackoverflow dev survey results Show more
“When thinking about blockers to productivity, different kinds of developers report different challenges. Men are more likely to say that being tasked with non-development work is a problem for them, while gender minority respondents are more likely to say that toxic work environments are a problem.”
New store is live at https://grabby.space \o/
These are the new items in the sticker section! (They are also marked in the dropdown).
A 3" sticker, a small 1.25" pin and a 3" window cling of a flan throwing bric... I mean, of a flan building a brick wall and abiding by local laws.
Also lots of original artwork and some inktober prints. All Gumroad sellers keep 100% of their profits today, so it's a good day to check in on your favorite creators!
Sean Griffen (creator of the #desel ORM and crates.io team co-lead) is trying to work on #rust full-time: https://blog.seantheprogrammer.com/moving-on-from-rails-and-whats-next
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