Imagine walking into a restaurant to find that everyone has forks stabbed into their legs. Some people have 5 or 10 forks, some have as much as 20 or 30 forks stuck in their legs. They eat meager meals, and when they finish, they stab their fork into their leg.
Everyone in this room looks up to the elite table of 4 or 5 morbidly obese people engorging themselves on huge amounts of food. They have several hundred forks each stabbed all over their body. Everyone wants to be like them, and stab a few forks into their legs in the hope of getting to eat from the firehose the elite table is consuming at an astonishing pace.
As I slowly back out of the restaurant, everyone there looks at me like I'm insane. My progress is slowed by people outside eagerly pushing their way into the restaurant. I make a break for it.
Anyway, this is how I feel when I look at the community which has been built around Docker and related tools like k8s, bazel, etc.
@p capitalism hacked our brains to make normal people okay with taking advantage of others
1. I'm looking for someone who has done something difficult. This doesn't have to be technical, it can be art, but they have to have created something.
2. I'm looking for someone who can explore the thing they're doing by contextualizing it, or by going very deep into it.
We've had some amazing guests that fit this criteria, and those are the best shows. They're also the hardest shows to make.
A real effort considering connotations in programming laguage was made with RbHint. It is a Ruby static code analyzer and code formatter and a fork of Rubocop, to reframe away from police-oriented language. They still need help with this task. @coding and @zee are involved.
✨ Boost Boost ✨
More here: https://github.com/zspencer/rbhint
all existing project management software suffers from the same misconceptions:
- projects end
- "done" is binary instead of a spectrum
- "done" is the same as "successful"
- "done" is a one-way street
- priorities are absolute instead of relative
- tasks are the only things worth tracking, notes/concepts go somewhere else
- project structures are acyclic
I could go on forever
"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko