Dug out an old blog post of mine with PoC for selective inclusion of methods from a module in Ruby. Those were the days...


I missed an online meetup today because I was hunting a bat at my uncle's flat 🤷‍♀️

TIL "ruby -run" as in "ruby -run -e httpd . -p 8000" is actually "ruby --require un" 🤯


In retrospect, I'm happy that I dodged the "unlimited PTO" bullet during my recent job search. Instead of vague "unlimited" I got a standard for my country, which is 5 weeks.

With "unlimited" I would probably feel guilty for taking more than 2 weeks.

Is there a instance for people? Because it feels like there should be.

“User Interface”? You mean clicking randomly on the ⁝ and ☰ and ⚙️ buttons trying to figure out what's in each one?

Looking for email service recommendations. So far I think Tutanota is winning, but many people highly praise Fastmail. I think mailbox.org might also be an option.

"At its core, Fresh is a routing framework and templating engine that renders pages as they are requested, on a server."

Whoa, that's wild. Rendering. Pages. On the server. The future is now! 🥲


java, a boiler plate driven language designed for writing verbose object oriented instant legacy code

Guess who is writing a livechat app with Hanami, Hotwire and Iodine.

"It was an interesting talk, even scandalous."

I think this might be the best feedback I have ever received to any of my presentations.

The title was:
Entity Component System for "serious applications" [in Ruby]

I briefly tried the official Mastodon app, but I still like Husky more.

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