You are underestimating the compounding awesomeness of continually fixing small broken things.

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Theory is when you know something, but it doesn’t work. Practice is when something works, but you don’t know why. Programmers combine theory and practice: Nothing works and they don’t know why.

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I love Sets. So many times I want to find an intersection or difference of 2 arrays and it's so easy to just convert them to a Set, do the operations, and then convert them back to Array

2ality.com/2015/01/es6-set-ope

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Been playing with VuePress and so far it is pretty nice. I haven't ran into any weirdness other than README.md is somehow index.html ('cause fuck you 30 years of WWW).
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Just made two bots for @xoxo! They are only followable from Mastodon/etc right now.

ShuttleBot will post a stream of updates about where the two shuttles are during the festival: ShuttleBot@shuttle.xoxofest.com

XOXO_toots will boost toots from attendees that mention "xoxo", just like https://twitter.com/xoxofest_tweets does on Twitter!

This has been quite an experiment in diving into ActivityPub the last couple days.
Well that was a fun 10-hour coding sprint! It's been a while since I've been that focused for so long.
so clear. new book on refactoring by @martinfowler and @KentBeck pic.twitter.com/zdCficjFtm
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This is pure @martinfowler at his fowleriest twitter.com/luc4leone/stat…
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Blockchain for provenance: someone wandering around a supermarket sees item of produce, scans a unique QR code to check provenance, gets crypto-backed guarantee a dead chicken exists, and assumes the dead chicken they are looking at is the same chicken. Helpful? Apparently.
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