First day of coding in a long time which means I am getting some peace! Figuring out how to mix drracket and emacs...

Thanks to @chfi digging into Rust now. I held that off for a long time. May end up with Scheme and Rust and D.

PjotrP boosted

Even though I can call myself a biologist I see biologists as a different kind of species.

PjotrP boosted

Going through the racket documentation for the first time. It is impressive. Note: :mastodon: has no symbol for :racket:!!

Locked myself out of a server again after a reboot. Either network or serial was supposed to come up. Neither did. Next week a hike to the machine room.🐼 :linux:

Also got a T480 from work. No love there. They just don't make good laptops any more (even discounting the bios issue). I am waiting for the makers to come up with something good. We got there with mechanical keyboards ;)

Now I have come out of the closet about hating Python I find there are many many like-minded people

The plan is to create a scheme-verse working in the scheme-zone. From bootstrap all the way up!

PjotrP boosted

I have finally installed #guixsd on my laptop. #stumpwm is functional.

Maybe I will blog about the experience.

I think getting fonts I want to use configured properly should be easier.

Installing a fresh system. :linux: :linux: GNU Guix is quietly getting more and more impressive...

Paraphrasing @urbanslug: I am surprised so much bioinformatics code I am seeing is badly written.

Time to change the approach!

Decision #3: switch to mobile banking. I resisted long, but it should be theoretically a tad safer than internet banking now with fingerprint id

Today's decision #2: sign away all my intellectual property to the US federal government (a requirement to use grants) as per chancellors wish. Good thing I write free software only.

Today's decision #1: no more Python. Never liked it, never will.

PjotrP boosted

I've been playing around with Guix on AWS this weekend.

While I don't particularly like using AWS, it is better with Guix, and thanks to the work Mark Meyer has done, it's pretty easy!

Show more
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! We adhere to an adapted version of the TootCat Code of Conduct and follow the Toot Café list of blocked instances. Ash is the admin and is supported by Fuzzface, Brian!, and Daniel Glus as moderators. Hosting costs are largely covered by our generous supporters on Patreon – thanks for all the help!