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Brandon Weaver
Ruby, Javascript, Lemurs, Puns, Music, and Art. Aspie, He / Him. Currently Ruby Infrastructure and Frameworks . Opinions are my own.
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Brandon Weaver Dec 8
Replying to @BenLesh
You could use art to teach code πŸ™‚
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Brandon Weaver Dec 8
One day I will use the actual soap instead of the hand sanitizer at Chipotle. Today was not that day.
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Brandon Weaver Dec 8
Replying to @jackyalcine
You and me both mate.
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Brandon Weaver Dec 8
Replying to @jackyalcine
You wanna train for one?
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Brandon Weaver Dec 8
Replying to @lizhagearty
Was kinda amused at that one too
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rubyconf Dec 7
RubyConf 2019 videos have now been professionally captioned, and available both: 1. All together on the page here: , and 2. As links under the talk’s specific title/abstract on our program page here: Happy viewing!
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DEV Community πŸ‘©β€πŸ’»πŸ‘¨β€πŸ’» Dec 7
"The Night Before Code Freeze": A new and illustrated DevOps twist on a classic holiday poem { author: }
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Brandon Weaver Dec 6
You have haven't you
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Brandon Weaver Dec 6
Replying to @geeksam
It's hard, no doubt, but know that you have an impact and a lot of us around that care. Feel free to reach out if you ever need to chat.
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Brandon Weaver Dec 6
Replying to @worldwise001
Want any help?
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Brandon Weaver Dec 6
Kinda surprised hasn't made one already.
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Brandon Weaver Dec 6
Replying to @juuh42dias
Have you seen my latest conference talk? Destructuring was one of the topics I mentioned in there.
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Scott Francis Ω† Dec 6
If you haven't read it yet, "The Night Before Code Freeze" is both seasonal and delightful, and you should check it out: (h/t naturally)
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Brandon Weaver Dec 5
The Storybook Edition of "The Night Before Code Freeze" is out, along with all the original illustrations and a few hidden surprises.
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Brandon Weaver Dec 5
Replying to @vaidehijoshi @wafflejs
The looks I got walking around downtown SF were priceless, would do again. Well, will do again, I'm giving that talk at work in front of people who determine my salary πŸ˜‚
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Brandon Weaver Dec 5
Replying to @keystonelemur
Problem with all this is I'd have to reinvent NodePattern in some ways to add hooking and named captures as a potential.
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Brandon Weaver Dec 5
Replying to @keystonelemur
The real trick will be stealing some tricks from Xf and lense implementations to traverse indefinitely until a hit is found. Bonus points that those are all composable, and AST patterns could be as well.
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Brandon Weaver Dec 5
Playing with some ideas of tree rewrites and DSLs for performing them.
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Brandon Weaver Dec 5
Replying to @jonatasdp @_m_b_j_
Something to the ideals of `trace` in `Xf`, which plays with the idea of Lenses: The idea of setting could be interesting.
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Brandon Weaver Dec 5
Replying to @jonatasdp @_m_b_j_
I wonder what would happen if I bypassed NodePattern as an intermediary to allow for more flexibility. Most of my issues with it is that it's very hard to reason about the code behind it and how it generates an actual match string
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