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only 5 days left to get a MNT Reform open source laptop from the first batch: crowdsupply.com/mnt/reform

You use a PaaS because you want all the underlying infrastructure and configuration of your application to be hidden from you. However, there are times when you are forced to look deeper into the stack. In this article I want to share how simple it is to run a patched version of Ruby on Heroku.

mauromorales.com/running-a-pat

This was fun but maybe not a good idea for a Monday

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Bending machines at the Sint-Pieters train station sell face masks and alcohol in gel

Most of the bugs I triaged today in a Ruby codebase were nil related. Just saying

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They are human programmers ... you could say we have some of that with how social media influences people

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Free will isn’t possible with them up there

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But of course the military was using blacks and Mexicans as guinea pigs

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Now smartphones did happen. But they are not that great unfortunately (says the guy typing this on a smartphone)

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Sorry to let you know but electric cars are not yet a thing, and they definitely weren’t in the 90s

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I decided to self-host my own @Mastodon instance-for-one, after reading laurakalbag.com/what-is-mastod

Besides the benefits that @laura talk’s in her post, I can say as an experienced Ruby dev that this is also a good exercise to:

- learn how a popular Ruby application is deployed
- practice maintenance of Ruby applications

Fell from my bike. I’m ok but from the face of the people who saw my fall, I did quite the stunt.

Watching Neon Genesis Evangelion for the first time

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