Super glad that this is finally open source, so I can sing my co-workers' praises in public and not private 😀
In short, Hubris and Humility are a brand new OS and debugger for embedded systems. 100% Rust.
There's a lot of things that are really, really cool here, far too many for Twitter. I've done a lot of work on our build system, which is one of those cool things: it is layered on top of Cargo to build the entire image.
Some people have this experience and do exactly as I and @Wraithan do; “dang I wish I had the compiler to help me here, now I gotta do all this work”
Some people experience what Rust does and go “wow this compiler is constantly holding me back”
I suspect a lot of discussions around things like “productivity” are conflated with things like “have existing experience with tests/types” and “prefers runtime/compile time errors” and various other things
all i can say about 1password is that it gets my highest possible praise for a product, which is that i use it every day, it works perfectly, and i never need to think about it except when nerds get really upset about it online for whatever reason it is this time
the enlightened orange website user, on a tab about facebook: "if you're not paying, YOU'RE the product"
on a tab about 1password: $3/month is too much, use this free oss program with terrible ux instead
"ugh, an online vault that Just Works across every device you own no matter the OS? don't use that! just put this file in your dropbox and make sure to configure all the various apps to use that and if it gets out of date just manually re-sync it"
on my sixth week of bullet journaling. I didn't really give it a chance before, but after seeing some tweets (I believe from @yoshuawuyts) and reading about its creation, I decided to give it a try regardless of my feelings.
i am so glad i did.
i like it so much i actually am considering trying to do a paper-based zettlekasten and just like, end my accounts with various online-based productivity and knowledge management tools.
i've got a lot more to say here. maybe i'll blog someday. let me write that down in my "projects quick capture" page...
Okay number two I had a tiny tiny bit and thought “this is fine” but I know better, gave it a second, and it’s still fine but I feel it in my whole mouth. Not sure when I’ll feel okay about trying 3, I put too big a dab hahah
Haven’t died yet. FUCK that is spicy though. I could not eat a full wing with this on it
Listen: I really like and respect most of the folks on this list. I get it, I do. And hey, maybe literally everything has changed in the past eight years. I doubt it though.
Just ask yourselves: if Rails really is truly independent, what was the last major feature that DHH didn’t like that made it in? Where’s the stuff Basecamp doesn’t use? Why does the community replace like half the stack?
i like this format, but it's tough for me to figure out how to incorporate something important, and that's *narrative*. i think that's something about a lot of the destiny content i watch too; it's all purely informational, which is great. but. how to make it *more*?
also working on trying to ship even if it's not perfect. there's some stuff here i could have made better, but it was 2am. better to ship than to not post. you can only get better by actually doing, and for me, posting is part of doing
in previous videos, i wrote the script in paragraphs, then recorded each paragraph separately, and put them together
for this video, i just recorded me reading the whole thing. If I didn't like the delivery of a sentence, I just read it again. then i took that single large file, chopped up each sentence individually, and put it together there