Today we reach the final stage in our journey with rom-rb!
Learn how to build complex queries that leverage the full power of the database, and see how rom keeps the simple things easy, while making the hard things _possible_.
When designing a user interface, imagine some old woman using it, say Margaret Hamilton, and she's clicking your app's buttons and saying to you, as old people do,
"Young whippersnapper, when I was your age, I sent 24 people to the ACTUAL MOON with my software in 4K of RAM and here I am clicking your button and it takes ten seconds to load a 50 megabyte video ad and then it crashes
I'm not even ANGRY with you, I'm just disappointed."
http://blog.supertop.co/post/180424864667/castro-is-now-part-of-tiny This is super exciting for the folks at Castro!
Zones of times are totally bonkers https://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-45995634
I am all about the earnestness of these interludes/outros:
There's a secret reason that programmers love to promote "Learn to Code" initiatives. No one talks about it, but I'm about to break the silence on this wide open.
I could get professionally banned for saying this, but the truth must come out!
Are you ready?
Okay, here it is:
We're seriously hoping someone new will come in and fix all this bullshit we're dealing with. Seriously - it's bad. Help us. Please? SAVE US!