I’m not convinced it’s significantly better than Jekyll. Compilation speed is a negligible feature for me.
I feel olde.
If you ever need to recreate the Postgres public schema, you can do:
CREATE SCHEMA public; GRANT ALL ON SCHEMA public TO public;
This is to help my future self.
startx won’t load after updating Debian. I’ll often get no error messages in the logs, or the unhelpful message
failed to set IOPL for I/O (which is a red herring). There are many reasons why
startx might fail, so this issue is particularly difficult to search for.
I usually ask Harry for help.
Here’s what we did this time:
Maybe this will help me next time.
Harry and I went to Boulder Python and heard Brandon Rhodes talk about design patterns. It’s always so delightful to hear one of his talks.
This talk was about putting together a patterns guide (Gang of Four style) that are useful in Python).
Harry was reminded of Russ Olsen’s Design Patterns in Ruby.
I should give them both a read and see how much of the patterns is Python-specific vs general dynamic languages.
I found this awesome tutorial on how to structure a Node CLI app.
Just storing it here for future references.
If you’re using Activerecord Enums, it’s common to store the values that represent the enums as integers in the database. If you wanted more guarantees from the database, you’d store the values as SQL enums. However, Rail’s schema dump doesn’t SQL enums very well.
Here are some tradeoffs:
|schema.rb||Supported||Not supported (need to use structure.sql)|
I’m new to both Kotlin and Android development. Since my upcoming job will focus on building an Android app in Kotlin, I’m going through some tutorials to ease my ramp up.
A lot of Kotlin+Android tutorials assume the reader is already familiar with Android development. Unfortunately, I need a gentler entry.
As someone who’s familiar with web development and knows a little Java, here’s what I found to be helpful:
Other resources I’ve heard are good (but haven’t dug into yet):
I’m still in the early stages of learning and will revise this post once I’m a couple months in.
Got other suggestions? Let me know!