Gusto's @firstname.lastname@example.org has shipped Singed, a swiss-army-knife tool for getting flamegraphs anywhere in a Ruby application: https://github.com/rubyatscale/singed
It slices, it dices, it profiles:
* Command line
... all using Speedscope! It's great.
The first beta version of #Tusky 21 is out!
✅ change your preferred reading direction
✅ improved (bigger) media previews
✅ add accounts to lists from their profile
✅ view all your followed hashtags
full changelog: https://github.com/tuskyapp/Tusky/releases/tag/v21.0-beta.1
⚠️ There is a known issue of 21.0 beta 1 crashing on Androids below 11 that is already being fixed
If anyone knows an outstanding product designer from a systemically marginalized community who really deserves a dream gig I can highly recommend a specific opportunity right now.
I know Mastodon DMs are weird and scary but you can try that or my email (see verified site in profile).
All I can say is that unlike most orgs claiming to "make a difference" this one actually is.
#GitLab 15.8 just released with external status checks and self-managed #SCIM (System for Cross-domain Identity Management ). More details in the link: https://about.gitlab.com/releases/2023/01/22/gitlab-15-8-released/?utm_source=bambu&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=advocacy
Sometimes you just need to look at the right spot and have a good guts feeling to find vulns.
Shopify could have ported the Ruby code to Crystal and shipped a zero-dependency binary, but instead went with Node. Also, Node is not a Functional Programming language, you will still have to deal with side effects.
@postmodern for me when I see a variable with _ I ignore it.
That is an important context about that variable that just says "will not be used further in the code so you can just skip it from your mental model"
Example in the image (v2), after the line with subject.call(env) I will not be concerned at all about status and body.
in V1 - to know this information that status and body will not be used I have to read the entire method
in V2 - I know from first line they will not be used
Yo, Rubyists. Nokogiri 1.14.0 is out with native (precompiled) support for Ruby 3.2.
Pattern matching! ARM Linux support! Performance improvements! And more!
Hi everybody, I’m ready to unveil my year-end-holiday-hack project:
Meet Searchtodon: ***Private*** Timeline Search for Mastodon
It fills a gap that I have been missing over on Twitter as well: “I remember seeing this THING, where was that again?”
It is built with privacy and consent in mind (pls see the FAQ), but is also *an experiment* to see if something like this is accepted by the larger Mastodon community.
Here goes: https://searchtodon.social
I was thinking about how I have hundreds of programming comics I've posted to Twitter over the last 5 years that aren't on Mastodon anywhere. Would folks be interested in a "b0rk_reruns" account where I have a bot post older comics?
I think the main hard thing about that would be figuring out captions, I only started writing captions pretty recently and backfilling is hard
Revision 551: Restic – Backups, aber richtig
Mit Gast Alexander Neumann, seines Zeichens Entwickler der FOSS-Backup-Software Restic quatschen wir über Backups, Backup-Strategien und Backup-Fails.
After two months of the first commit, the @elk repository is now open to everyone! We're grateful to all the amazing folks that joined during the closed alpha and worked with us to get here. 250+ devs joined the Early Preview team, and 65 of them sent a PR to the repo 🙏
Get involved! Help us with testing, triaging, providing ideas, and contribute to Elk. Let's build a delightful user experience together
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