I've made a few things in the process.
Here's a TIE fighter:
Here's a bunch of them, plus an Imperial Star Destroyer:
Here's a couple Tachikomas with a cheeseball 1990s cyberpunk backdrop:
Here's some ravey visuals, plus soundtrack :
And here's some quick spirals:
I met Jim at several conferences, indeed in 2008 I think we did three of the same conferences in a row. It was like we were travel neighbors. I think I first met him at a Pragmatic workshop where he taught me and a room full of other programmers how to do TDD. He was warm, generous, and positive, and a great example of the old-school Ruby attitude. He will definitely be missed.
mrd - to run off a RAM disk on for faster tests without wear on your .
CSS Trashman - version of CSS-Ratiocinator to generate stylesheets.
TrackerTracker - Multi-project scrum UI for .
A Dramatic - Giles Bowkett contributes to the discussion of Rails lack of flexibility. of " Is Omakase"
RDF.rb 1.0 Release - implementing the core concepts, with a lot of add-on notation gems available.
The great products really come from secret development. You put small teams of great people on them and they aren't bothered by other people commenting on what they're doing while they're doing it. A whole new category of products doesn't happen very often. It might happen once a decade. Sometimes you have to wait for one of those to come about.
Thesecurity firm Proofpoint, which announced its findings, said this may be the first proven "internet of things" based cyber attack involving "smart" appliances.
The streets from, echoed in the 2012 Total Rekall , looked amazing filled with …
One of the most important changes in the over the last ten years is that conversation's moved from private email, community email lists, and writer-owned blogs into various corrals and golden cages. If you were writing code in 2006, particularly "cutting edge" code like apps (at the time), you remember how blogs were the new documentation, and all the dev community interaction took place in or on email lists. I always felt embarassed that my blog lived …
Harmonikit's an additive synthesizer built in Clojure on top of Overtone . Harmonikit gives you additive synthesis and uses core.async for control. Hickey says in the presentation that core.async proved "a fantastic fit" for handling and .
Disclaimer: I own a tiny quantity of. This is not investment advice. I do not have the power to see the future before it happens.
what nobody seems to have noticed is that December 24, 2013and Bitcoin exist on a continuum with "gold" and gift cards — Giles Goat Boy (@ gilesgoatboy)
it's not so much thatis more libertarian than gold or dollars. it's that it's much, much less corporate than and gift cards …