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2021-04-24

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  • trying out [[agora clients]] again. I've been messing with [[joplin]] I've used it before, let's see how it goes.

    I got my [[covid vaccination]] finally so I'm stoked about that

    I went to the doctors to get [[sti testing]] my results came back negative for everything. #testingissexy

    I'm downloading a bunch of note apps to see what works on mobile. I signed up for [[notion]] [[api]] so we'll see what happens with that

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2021-04-24

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Green vs Brown Programming Languages:

but I distinctly remember Ruby being the hottest language back in 2007, and although it does have more competition today, Ruby is a better language now than it was then. Yet now it is dreaded. Part of the difference, it seems to me, is that now people have 14 years’ worth of rails apps to maintain. That makes Ruby is a lot less fun than when it was all new projects. So watch out Rust and Kotlin and Julia and Go: you too will eventually lose your halo.

TLDR β€” older programming languages are more likely to have older codebase (brown) which are less fun to work on. Newer languages means new projects that are about building new stuff which is fun, rather than maintenance.

πŸ“• text contributed by @bmann 本

Green vs Brown Programming Languages:

but I distinctly remember Ruby being the hottest language back in 2007, and although it does have more competition today, Ruby is a better language now than it was then. Yet now it is dreaded. Part of the difference, it seems to me, is that now people have 14 years’ worth of rails apps to maintain. That makes Ruby is a lot less fun than when it was all new projects. So watch out Rust and Kotlin and Julia and Go: you too will eventually lose your halo.

TLDR β€” older programming languages are more likely to have older codebase (brown) which are less fun to work on.

Newer languages means new projects that are about building new stuff which is fun, rather than maintenance.

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10:11 exploring spacial software

src designing your space is designing your product - by shaping user interactions within that space, you control how it is experienced.

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