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@ericmoritz (he/him)
FP fan. Haskell, Rust, and Go programmer. Deployer and developer of high scale services.
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Coraline Ada Ehmke Oct 19
Some people make decisions with rationality alone; others follow their hearts or intuitions. But when you let your rational mind be tempered by your feelings, and guided by intuition, and your reactions to feelings be informed by rationality— that’s when you are in your power.
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@ericmoritz (he/him) Oct 20
Replying to @MaximilianoKorp
Ah that makes sense. base64 is required if the files are binary because YAML/JSON strings are utf-8 encoded.
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FloralAndy Oct 19
Rush Limbaugh radicalized my parents and made my life tangibly worse. His homophobic rhetoric made it significantly harder for me to come out. Good riddance.
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@ericmoritz (he/him) Oct 19
Y'all didn't read enough cyberpunk :)
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@ericmoritz (he/him) Oct 18
I still don't understand why k8s secrets are base64 encoded. What is the reasoning behind that?
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@ericmoritz (he/him) Oct 18
Replying to @BlueSpaceCanary
I'm so sad about what CDPR has don't with the Cyberpunk 2020 IP. I loved the table top game in the early 2000s. I was so excited when I heard it was going to be made into a video game. Now, I don't even think I'm going to play it after how they've treated their workers.
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👻 speculative execution 🔪 Oct 16
Replying to @sliminality
Maybe you're like "meh, Erlang is cool but I care more about provable correctness than having my telecommunications withstand a simultaneous shark attack and server fire". That's fine (same), but the key is to recognize the implicit value judgment. Everything is a trade-off
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@ericmoritz (he/him) Oct 16
Spell or pronounce. I've never heard it said out loud so my brain wants to pronounce it as Kellsie which can't be right.
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@ericmoritz (he/him) Oct 16
Replying to @cmeik
When I got it I was feeling off, like really bad allergies and fatigue, for two weeks before a fever showed up.
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@ericmoritz (he/him) Oct 14
Replying to @deech
I email it to myself and print from my phone. Android still Linux right?
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@ericmoritz (he/him) Oct 13
My alarm clock in college was something like "find /usr -name *.wav -exec aplay" it sounded like a warzone but it woke me up. That is until my unconscious sleep deprived mind figured out how to "kill -9".
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Susan Potter Oct 13
Empty notepads are dumb. Show me your org-capture templates!
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@ericmoritz (he/him) Oct 9
Replying to @gurghet @mat4nier
Wow! How about I thank you now!
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Rahat Chowdhury Oct 8
Hi! I'm on the hunt for a new job. I've got two years of experience with React, last 1.5 years at big credit card company. I've also worked with Node, GraphQL, and some Go. Interested in both front end and full stack roles in New York or Remote. RT's appreciated!
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@ericmoritz (he/him) Oct 8
Replying to @steveklabnik
I'm depressed because I have to be at work
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@ericmoritz (he/him) Oct 8
Replying to @rikarends
I watched a talk pertaining to this at lunch time
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@ericmoritz (he/him) Oct 8
Replying to @ericmoritz
As programmers we often feel that our code is a part of us. It is a mark of pride. When someone says it is bad, it affects us personally. That's why I try to avoid that language in my code reviews and elsewhere.
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@ericmoritz (he/him) Oct 8
Replying to @ericmoritz
The psychological effects section is particularly interesting. They use the example of "I am depressed" vs "I am feeling depressed" the change in meaning is obvious. Rather than being part of us, depression is something external and is manageable.
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@ericmoritz (he/him) Oct 8
Replying to @ericmoritz
I once went down the "English Prime" rabbit hole which changed my perspective on how language affects us. They advocate avoiding the verb "to be" because "to be" implies equivalence and encourages a dogmatic way of speaking.
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@ericmoritz (he/him) Oct 8
We really should stop calling things in software engineering bad. Calling something bad is a value judgment and is often taken personally. Everything is a trade-off and a choice. Rather than calling something bad, describe why you'd make a different choice.
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