I’m finding myself in a bit of what I assume a product manager does, and I’m finding it’s not unlike running a kitchen. Just a different medium.
Jumping from Ruby to Node and back again can be a mindfuck.
Need to write a blog post “What’s with static sites? I mean, wtf?” for the person who was told 10 yrs ago they needed to switch to Dreamweaver for the site, then WordPress, then they needed all these plugins, and now they’re hearing about static sites. Wasn’t that what I had?
Check check. When I do reply in the admin, everything works as it should last time I tested.
I want to clarify that this is just about my own exploration and using my personal website/blog as a learning tool and not about WordPress or any communities around it.
Serious question. Handlebars or Nunjucks? I want to build a version of this site in Eleventy and learn a new templating language. Nunjucks is used in the demo, but for broader experience is one more popular than another?
I’ve been using Twitter a lot lately, rarely posting from my own site. Some is due to technical issues, some lazy. But I do have text files with YAML front matter stored for each tweet. I’ve been doing that for almost 3 years.
When confronted by the realities of the things you claim to be fighting for, it can be a real wake up call.
What started out as a little PR so I could use my local SSL cert to run WP Rig locally turned into a full fledged Gulp task to generate all of the keys for you. Super excited to see this ship in next release https://github.com/wprig/wprig/pull/92
Nothing like a 1am rabbit hole of new shell tools to go down.Betwen this post from Remy https://remysharp.com/2018/08/23/cli-improved and this Twitter thread < https://twitter.com/mahemoff/status/1043422237376692224> I have at least a dozen tabs open.
note to self. sudo service ssh restart after you update sshd_config or shit just won’t work.
I know everyone is all vim VS emacs, but for simple stuff nano can’t be beat. I just wished Debian shipped 3.1. It really is that much of a difference in speed.
I may have wondered if I could rig a cat door with cat-face recognition and if the racoons would figure out disguises to try and get in.
all I’m saying is my little 11″ Air was doing just fine until I started running some Rails apps locally. Is that why Rails app devs charge so much, gotta pay for that deluxe MB Pro? lol
Lost a screw & nut where my bike rack attaches at the base of the frame. Spent 2 weeks digging through jars and cans looking for something that will fit. Finally gave up and used a zip tie 😂
I have no idea what happened, but I emptied my trash and freed up 75 gigs of space. 🤞nothing I accidently moved to trash I didn’t mean to.
Since first setting up Jekyll a few years ago I’ve ha a basic ruby environment locally. In last 72 hours I’ve installed 4 different versions and 2 different versions of Rails. What is even happening?
Still thinking about how best to approach this .
Super big shout out to the person at @heroku who added the very simple roll back to here button. You saved my bacon today.
Next merit badge I think I want to earn is to easily manipulate between json and csv. Any pointers for where to start?