Todd Sundsted @toddsundsted

people still use silverlight...!

can't we define
a documentation typeclass
with types for specific documentation artifacts
then we could compile
our documentation
into an executable
that would generate
readable documentation
in various forms

#haskell #freeverse #poetry

and why is udp even supported in any kind of "out of the box" configuration of memcached?

usually i am not sympathetic, but seriously, these were not "sysadmins". these were people using a distro with a very poor default configuration.

this entire project is dependencies

"a *clobber* of docker microservices..." that feels like about the right collective noun...

@seanl and alexa and similar home assistants...?

second loss in a row playing pandemic legacy season two. i love the game, but i just don't feel like i have a handle on strategy

@djsundog hahaha that's an interesting distinction to claim! in any case I'm committed to the vision of a massively decentralized, federated universe of instances! and I'm happy to have the opportunity to federate back!

“A lot of people experience a curious phenomenon when they start using Haskell: Once your code compiles it usually works.”

3.5 years, 60+ microservices, and thousands and thousands of lines of code later, I confidently state that this aphorism needs to be slain

apparently NYC has its own lorem ipsum...

starting on page 21 ursula k. le guin writes an excellent article on "literary fiction" and "genre fiction".

"There are many bad books. There are no bad genres."

not good science by any means, but i would say that most of the animal photos I see on my visible slice of the fediverse are of cats... could there be a connection...?

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i love the practice but I *hate* the name "chaos engineering"... maybe "scientific engineering" given the focus on experimentation. or just yank the cable and see what happens and fix it. you'll be better off for having tested it.

all this typing has turned my handwriting into crap