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Erik Assum
Climber, ex-skier, and programmer in no particular order.
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Erik Assum Sep 12
Replying to @Kodemaker_TIL
helsegris-api???
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Magnar Sveen Sep 11
Live kosetime med zombier, Clojure og to tomsinger fra Østfold er å finne her: Lyden er dessverre ikke mye å skryte av i starten, men det blir fort bedre.
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Sean Corfield Sep 11
Excellent interview with by about minimalism and focus in your development environment and processes
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Erik Assum Sep 10
It’s really easy to write tests for easily testable code. The opposite is also true.
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Erik Assum Sep 7
Replying to @garybernhardt
There is a snarky remark about wishing for a lisp, but working in JavaScript hiding in here somewhere…
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Erik Assum Sep 7
On a related note. It’s really hard to get the nuances between yes, no, and unanswered across to non-technical people.
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Erik Assum Sep 6
Replying to @bbrinck
Touting my own horn, I talked about this at ClojureX last year, mostly summarizing the sources you mentioned I really enjoyed the talk you gave on the subject as well!
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Erik Assum Sep 5
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Erik Assum Sep 5
Replying to @portal_narlish
At least then I don’t get to complain about cryptic compiler errors.
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Erik Assum Sep 1
Replying to @Kodemaker_TIL
Men de anbefaler å ha en default case som kaster exception…
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Erik Assum Sep 1
Replying to @rb11520 @dhh
Yup. Seems like ddg is adequate for normal searches, but anything long tail (or specific to Norway/Norwegian), and I have to resort to google
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Erik Assum Aug 31
Replying to @danielwithmusic
Makes sense. When you start a new job, it takes some time before you’re up to speed. I generally don’t expect full speed before six months for new hires.
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Erik Assum Aug 24
I’ve produced and seen my fair share of crappy FP code. All involving pure functions and immutable data structures. I think the point here might be “necessary, but not sufficient”.
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Erik Assum Aug 24
See my abstract here TL;DR crap code can be written in any style or language
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Erik Assum Aug 22
Replying to @dhh
But on a more serious note though. Do your kids have free access to screens/games and do they still venture out doors on their own accord?
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Erik Assum Aug 22
Replying to @dhh
I’m happy it worked out for you, but where would you have been if you spent those hours racing IRL?
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Erik Assum Aug 21
Replying to @dhh
The problem with games/screen is that they’re an easy alternative, made to be addictive and offer instant gratification. This makes it hard for kids to pursue IRL activities which IMNSHO offer greater gratification in the long run. Playing a Le Mans video game vs the real thing
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Erik Assum Aug 21
What about grokking don’t you grok?
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Erik Assum Aug 21
Replying to @puredanger
I guess that discussion was what I was trying to write a blog post about :)
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