@shotgun_surgery sure. dry-validation, dry-transaction, dry-initializer, dry-struct, dry-core, dry-monad, dry-cli... And I think that's it for me.
@shotgun_surgery sure. dry-validation is great. Nowadays I would use JSON Schema for data validation, though
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I like this idea of an #introduction. Here's mine.
I'm a software engineer who loves #FOSS and #reading books. I don't think there's a theme in my toots but if I were to fantasize I'd say that I write about the human side of being who I am in the industry where I ended up.
Everything is a story. No one understands the whole story yet I try and try then fall asleep and wake up and try again. There's no Story, just stories.
I've come to the conclusion that I'd rather not read books on a specific technology. They get out of date alarmingly quickly, and if the technology is hot then Pluralsight or similar will have a cool course about it anyway, that I can focus on with better results. Better read timeless classics like the late W. Richard Stevens wrote.
@shotgun_surgery It's been on my "things to learn when I get the time" list for a while now. So following this convo in hopes of info.
Oh snap. What's that? https://www.nintendo.com/games/detail/a-dark-room-switch/
PS: It's made with #ruby
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