writing ≠ thinking
The most important people reassure you, challenge you, and help you turn challenges into accomplishments.
The best ORM may be no ORM, but the second-best ORM is a well-documented one that makes it easy for the user to understand how to use it. Unfortunately, that’s where this story starts…
I never kept a food journal until I realized it was food logging apps that were the problem. For two weeks I’ve started doing this with nothing more than a text file, and so far it’s working.
Forget about content generation. What if LLMs can make us better editors of our own writing?
Threads has the potential to reshape the social media landscape, but without ActivityPub it will never extend beyond the reach of Twitter.
The alternative is more interesting.
Mastodon looks more and more like it has come out on top in our post-twitter. I’m there for it and hopeful for years to come.
EveryPost’s backend uses a Go API and a Rails application. This post discusses how to decrypt and read Rails credentials from Go to simplify shared configuration.
A fun diversion I started the past weekend was prompted by missing one of my favorite note-taking tools and asking the question, “What would it take to recreate the experience of Notational Velocity on the command line in Go?
I miss one of my favorite note-taking tools. Before I talk about recreating the experience on the command line, some thoughts on note-taking tools overall.
Going beyond lograge, we walk through how to generate structured logs for other logging needs.
We’ll walk through the configuration and code needed to make this happen and bridge the gap between simple request logging and richer application event logs.