The next London Ruby User Group meeting is coming up on the 13th of July.
Details here: http://lrug.org/meetings/july/
Everyone is welcome; thanks to lockdown, you don't even need to be in London!
... and if you'd like to speak at LRUG, no matter where you are, we'd love to hear from you. More details about that on lrug.org too.
@thomasfuchs does it seem faster than your current one? Don't reply for yes, don't reply for no.
It’s tempting to break my twitter silence, just to find an island I can sell them before they rot. But that would be madness.
Of *course* the week I go big into the stalk market, my turnip price just goes down and down 😐
When will I learn, that `brew update <some little thing>` can easily break some distant much larger thing, as it updates various libraries like openssl and readline and quietly removes the old ones that existing binaries depend on 😤
“Read my thread where I pronounce authoritatively on something I am barely qualified to talk about, and then retweeted opinions that match my own!”
@phae I make a decidedly average sourdough 😅
@phae do you use a starter?
Totally exhausted by reading all the hot takes on the bird and orange sites about how best to tackle #covid19.
Wish I could do something impactful to clarify the discussion without simply adding another tech bro voice to the cacophony.
> The outbreak of COVID-19 is unprecedented and fast moving. This coronavirus does not discriminate. No virus cares about race, gender or sexual orientation. If we all look out for each other, heed public health advice, and work collaboratively, the COVID-19 pandemic will end more quickly.
We *need* this to be slow, to avoid overwhelming healthcare systems. And so we need to be adopting strategies that we can sustain for a long time. We will be managing this situation for most of the year, if not longer.
Private instance for me & my bots