last night I had a call with an old colleague. It was nice to talk with someone about career development who is not working in the same company that you are. We both shared fears, things that make us uncomfortable about the industry, and most important some great laughs. I'm not sure why I didn't do this before, but I can only recommend
Just did a presentation on pair programming within the context of XP with my current team. I'm normally not expecting much from these presentations since pairing and XP can be one of those things that people have very strong opinions about. To my surprise, I got a little interest from a couple of colleagues 🎉
Tor Hidden Services are awesome – Ávalos' Indie Blog.
Ruby on Rails: Storing JSON directly in PostgreSQL
Day 2 #100DaysToOffload
Day 016 of #100DaysToOffload: My thoughts on Firefox' referrer policy change as an "innocent" blogger.
Welcome to Smart City Conception of Berlin:
Berlin should prefer small tech, because of its constitution article 24: "Any abuse of economic power shall be unlawful. In particular any private monopolies aimed at the domination of production and markets shall be deemed to constitute an abuse of economic power, and shall be prohibited."
Therefore please participate and boost it:
You’re invited to the first elementary Developer Weekend!
For years we’ve dreamed about creating a conference for Open Source app developers, so we’re creating a space to bring people in and include them in the process.
Join us online June 26–27, 2021 https://edw.elementary.io/
After much meditation, I decided to give #100DaysToOffload a serious shot. Here's day 1
You can now donate to Small Technology Foundation using the Nano cryptocurrency.
Over the last day, I hacked our funding page to include it. Nano (https://nano.org) is an example of an eco-friendly currency that isn’t based on mining. (And I think it kinda goes well with the whole “small” thing.) It’s a little toe-dip and an experiment.
Source code: https://source.small-tech.org/small-tech.org/site
Google Summer of Code was a little too full to accept us this year, but our ideas list is still a great place to find potential projects if you’d like to get involved!
Topics: software development, expat/immigrant life, philosophy, coffee, street art
Languages: ES 🌕 EN 🌖 DE 🌗 EO 🌘
I'd love to share this virtual home with a few like-minded individuals. While everyone is welcome to apply (accepted languages: es, en, de, eo), I'll ask that you share a bit about yourself to see if we'd be a good fit. You can of course, read my bio and toots to see if you'd enjoy joining.