@thomasorus been going through the same process. Such a weird feeling.
I love seeing people share their passion and knowledge, and identifying fungi made me all kinds of nostalgic.
Back in Poland, foraging for mushroom would be a family pastime. We would drive to the forest on the weekend and pick edible mushroom, then make stews, soups or pierogi with them.
I miss that. I moved to US and fungi are all different here - I don't know what's safe to pick. I should change that.
@neauoire As a citizen of NYC, I would love to see more online communities that I'm apart of express their stances on this topic.
#theWorkshop Actually sitting down to write...
good personal site redesign write up
help curl: the user survey 2020 https://daniel.haxx.se/blog/2020/05/18/help-curl-the-user-survey-2020/ - please run over and fill in your views. We need them! It'll only take you a few minutes.
@luxpris The Go documentation guidelines helped me a lot with this. If a function or type is called by anything in a different package (ie it's public) it needs a comment. Has really upped my ability to come back to my code.
As this isn't a belief I hold, I'm not sure what's appropriate or not. Trying to gauge by others posts in #theGalley I see some other uses of eggs and dairy, and a few pictures of ham (but not described in the way I did). Just would appreciate more guidance in the rules. Thanks!
@dualhammers oh interesting, I hadn't thought that applied to food. Fair enough, removed.
Built a very basic clock on a rpi zero w. Just using the example python code from pimironi for now, but started porting to Go. My eInk project got much less far, but is drawing text using Go at the very least. #theWorkshop
Every time I solder, I feel like a wizard.
Today I'm putting together some raspberry pi pieces to make a simple clock. #theWorkshop
#theGalley been cooking my own breakfast more lately. Two eggs, a roll, gochujang, ketchup.
It is proven! I am icco on Keybase: https://keybase.io/icco/sigchain#ba1fb549e114e0eeffa6432df09f361a578947fea12b1f80a888119479c42dfe0f
I've been working from home, NYC is mostly closed now. I did some volunteer work on projectbaseline.com over the weekend, which helped me channel my anxiety.
Three projects that I'm working on this week to stay positive:
- walls.natwelch.com : building a tool to keep this synced across my workstations now that I've moved off of Dropbox.
- etu.natwelch.com : Restart my work on my time tracker
- Running a D&D campaign on Discord for my friends.
A software developer in Brooklyn.
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