RT @notknut@twitter.com

I'm continuously amazed by how much can actually do with regards to json. I wrote a step by step example for returning custom json responses right from Postgres here: blog.k-nut.eu/postgres-json-ag

🐦🔗: twitter.com/notknut/status/129

This calendar seem to be great! 🤩

RT @sarahcpr@twitter.com

If you're wondering how you can support me, I don't have a Patreon but I do have a 2021 Calendar of tricks to appear smart in meetings that's out TODAY! Here's a thread of a few of my favorites...

1. Say "it is what it is" publishing.andrewsmcmeel.com/c

🐦🔗: twitter.com/sarahcpr/status/12

RT @RubyInside@twitter.com

A Visual Guide to Webpacker: rossta.net/blog/visual-guide-t (Navigate the world of Webpacker and webpack on Rails with increased confidence using this collection of mental maps/diagrams.)

🐦🔗: twitter.com/RubyInside/status/

RT @CrystalLanguage@twitter.com

Shards 0.12.0 released!


Check nightlies or build it from source until Crystal 1.0.0-pre1 is released.

🐦🔗: twitter.com/CrystalLanguage/st

Der heutige Fail wird wieder von der @migros@twitter.com präsentiert.

Die Suche findet nicht einmal den 𝘦𝘹𝘢𝘬𝘵𝘦𝘯(!) Begriff aus dem Titel des Produktes.

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RT @alexanderadam__@twitter.com

Bin davon ausgegangen, dass es heutzutage in jeder Infrastruktur Möglichkeiten gibt, fehlende Übersetzungen / versehentliche Nicht-Translation-Strings zu ermitteln.
Aber mich belehrt jeder Onlineshop eines Besseren.

Heute: / @melOnlineShop@twitter.com


🐦🔗: twitter.com/alexanderadam__/st

And even if it's not quite related, there's @manveru@twitter.com's wrapper for the @MapTiler@twitter.com API:


This could be useful for some Geo applications as well.

So maybe you want to consider @CrystalLanguage@twitter.com for your next project.


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(his other Crystal libraries are great as well)

Do you need to parse data? You're lucky because @bobik314@twitter.com got you covered:

Or use @dscottboggs@twitter.com' shard if you rather decide to use an external API, like geo-info.co/dscottboggs.


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There's also the interesting looking (but pretty undocumented) GeoSpatial_Lib:

You could also use Benjamin Wade's CrGeoJSON if you're looking for something simpler:



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…writing data in the file format:


@swilk19@twitter.com's bindings for @UberDevelopers@twitter.com hierarchical system :


Ricardo E. Gonzalez wrote a wrapper for the Data Abstraction Library () 2/5

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Did you know that @CrystalLanguage@twitter.com has awesome libraries for information systems () / programming for , too?

There's for instance @mamantoha@twitter.com's org GeoCrystal:


@GuelphGeography@twitter.com's shard for reading and… 1/5

Is it weird that I think that source code hosting shouldn't look like this in 2020?


The UI doesn't appear clear / accessible & it clearly doesn't appear inviting for contributions.

@pep4privacy@twitter.com are you planning to keep this in the long term?

In case you're using and looking for an 📧 client with end-to-end 🔒 based on / :

@pepsecurity@twitter.com's client is currently available for free 💌:


RT @swisstech@twitter.com

The world’s 1st certified electric plane took flight in 🇨🇭 ! 🛫

The Pipistrel Velis Electro is mainly used for basic pilot training. The maiden flight was the result of close collaboration between @bazlCH@twitter.com 🇨🇭, @EASA@twitter.com 🇪🇺 & Pipistrel 🇸🇮.

👉 bit.ly/3i4ultI

🐦🔗: twitter.com/swisstech/status/1

RT @rubyconf@twitter.com

Hi all! Just a reminder that the RubyConf 2020 CFP is OPEN for another few weeks, and we’d love to see your proposal(s) in there!

cfp.rubycentral.org/events/rub twitter.com/rubyconf/status/12

🐦🔗: twitter.com/rubyconf/status/12

RT @eviltrout@twitter.com

We're looking for alpha testers for a new product we're calling Discourse for Teams. It's a private version of Discourse tailored for productivity within your team. More here: meta.discourse.org/t/discourse

🐦🔗: twitter.com/eviltrout/status/1

Nice to see that @8x5clPW2@twitter.com, one of the @MacHomebrew@twitter.com maintainers, is doing some , too:


…sounds weird, doesn't it?

I hope it's obvious that @CrystalLanguage@twitter.com is meant, though.

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