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@edsaav Hello! Maybe start by looking at interesting people in the local timeline, and look at who they follow.

I am contemplating the use of a macOS tiling window manager. I could see myself doing something like Space+B to go to a browser, Space+T for a terminal/Trello, Space+S for Slack, Space+D for an empty desktop, Space+N for Evernote+Audible+PDF side by side.

"Code is eternal and has a mind of its own, we are just fleeting bystanders to its wonders."

(sucking up when Skynet takes over I'll be the last human to be terminated)

@sfcgeorge When it comes to hiring people from bootcamps, I end up hiring the ones who have a well-rounded brain, which is something they independently and intrinsically have. The bootcamp almost doesnโ€™t matter, they could have never gone through one for all that matter.

Postgres' array and jsonb data types can be useful quick and dirty ways to store lists of things:

stackshare.io/jeromedalbert/de

@judofyr I guess it depends how often you need to downcase. At my current company it was very often, so I think it was worth it

You may want to use the "citext" Postgres type to clean up messy Ruby downcase code when looking up slugs/emails/etc:

stackshare.io/jeromedalbert/de

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