~550 lines of Go code and I think it's close to wrap up. There are some TODOs and will evaluate if worth it but I'm pretty happy with the result for 2 days of work.

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Yav (its name) already has the ability to parse, adapt the content to templates with variables in front matters (idea taken from jekyll), caches the content in memory and updates content (re-parsing) if modified.

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Started with this project already. Written in Go and using the least amount of packages possible. So far I have some CLI sorted out and markdown parsing for site data. Tomorrow I'll be working on templating if time is on my side.

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Fun to be programming again (in Go this time) and trying to produce a cleaner code. I will have to keep studying but will reserve more time for this as it definitely helps me balance fun / boring.

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The Flaming Lips + Lightning Bolt - I Wanna Get High But I Don't Want Brain Damage
youtu.be/lMRk4HDgg8M

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Wondering if it would be a good idea to make my own live-static-blog. Meaning that a single program will parse the static files (ie. markdown), templates and serve everything on-the-fly (some caching involved).

This looks like a better and smaller option than Light Phone 2
youtu.be/roL6t3eZzY0

The voice recognition software being used for these language courses is too effective at converting from string to int but in this case is making me fail at this lesson :sadlinux:

“Two of the most famous products of Berkeley are LSD and Unix. I don’t think that this is a coincidence.” – The Unix Hater's Handbook.

Am I the only one who wants to join a book club but can't read a +300 page book in ~30 days?

I'm not a fast reader and easily distracted so it is almost impossible for me.

Studying a lot lately :sadlinux:

First and most important: a couple of certifications I have to get in order to be (in)competent for the industry (pushed but paid by my employer).

Second: languages; Italiano. Did some research based on my previous experience and other's, and decided that I needed a well-structured course in order to actually make progress fast. Bought a course and now ready to start April with a new routine.

Learnt a new principle today: "The brain is for having ideas, not storing them"
It made me realize that there's a lot of thoughts and ideas flowing through our brain every day and then they get lost in a matter of seconds.

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Weird things to say: I missed airports. Idle time and zoo-watching humans is something I haven't done in a year, at least.

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Merveilles is a community project aimed at the establishment of new ways of speaking, seeing and organizing information — A culture that seeks augmentation through the arts of engineering and design. A warm welcome to any like-minded people who feel these ideals resonate with them.