django-auto-repr: An automatic useful __repr__ for Django models https://github.com/dan-passaro/django-auto-repr
I don't teach the new material in my critical thinking class, the students do.
Today, a team of students gave a lecture on how to read graphs. All others read the material and asked questions in advance. What's left for me is to fill in the gaps:
@email@example.com Literally 2 days ago a colleague told me he is using https://openzfsonwindows.org/ in a gaming pc to have the "hot games" in an SSD and the games he doesn't play much into spinning rust. (L2ARC)
Windows is going to be able to mount physical disk formatted using ext4 https://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/2020/09/wsl-2-access-ext4-from-windows-10
One day, I might be able to get rid of my huge NTFS partition partition
Years in the fields taught me it's very hard to do.y but surely, to build the experience that Plone tried to create for years but never succeeded.
It's pragmatic. Practical. Not over engineered. Yet powerful and extensible.
Kudos, because it's really hard to do.
My jaw dropped when I saw the "what's coming next in Wagtail CMS" video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IMNFjrQ5OY4 I'm especially excited about the content import feature: you can write content in Google Docs and then import it into a blog post, just wow! Great job @WagtailCMS@twitter.com!
It's written in Django, and instead of hiding that fact, it seamlessly integrates with it while using all the best practices of the ecosystem. The design decisions are sane, it's extensible when it matters, and integrated when it counts.
It's a beautiful work.
#ascii_patrol is an ASCII game project from @MrGumix@twitter.com for #Ubuntu, inspired by "Moon Patrol" 🌜 Avoid the craters, destroy the rocks and drive as far as you can, while avoiding fire 💣 from the ships above 🚀
snap install ascii-patrol
Annoying website features I face as a blind person https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=24429012
One comment explains something very interesting: <img /> and <img alt=""> are not the same thing. The seconds actually helps screen readers to skip purely decorative images.
Former NSA chief Keith Alexander has joined Amazon’s board of directors https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=24426500
It's based on the FOSS project Blocky, from Google
Nifty little thing
Very fun programmable robots https://www.ecolerobots.com/modeles-robots-pedagogiques/
Is there anythink like scratch IDE, but that generates #python ?
TIL, if you Ctrl +D on Unix and Ctrl + Z on Windows during an #python input(), it raises an EOFError, allowing a clean exit shortcut.
And use microservices for everything. In the cloud. And graphql. On a SPA built with a lot of transpiling. In fact, put JS everywhere. With libs over framework. And test it only manually in Webkit. Then rewrite it Go and make a blog post about it. It's gona be fine.
2000's: use relational databases
2010's: actually, use document databases
2020's: nvm, use relational databases
Using type hints is getting practical. We're just missing "iter" and "callable" to the list of things you can use in signature, and we'll have something even easier to use than typescript.
PEP 604 has been merged to Python 3.10 . Now you can write union types with | like int | str.
Executable delicious delights. And stuff.
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