07.08.2018 09:38

Liked: Little Lisp interpreter


07.08.2018 09:38

Liked: Where Vim Came From


06.08.2018 19:31

Liked: Apple has removed Infowars podcasts from iTunes

Back to Spacemacs.

06.08.2018 10:00

I have gone full circle, first Spacemacs, then Doom and finally my own thingø before I went back to Spacemacs.

It was a lot of fun, and I got a lot out of it.

Te mai nreason I went back is that Spacemacs have a lot of really nice tiny details that would be really hard to re+implement by myself. And they have improved some of the problems I had with it since I left.

For example start time is a lot better.

Five step guide to pen addiction

06.08.2018 10:00

  1. Get a pack of Field Notes, a Leuchtturm1917 A5 notebook and a Retro 1.
  2. Get a Pilot Metropolitan
  3. Get a bottle or Iroshizuku ink.
  4. Get a TWSBI Eco
  5. Get a Lamy 2000.


04.08.2018 20:48

Text Expander and Emacs doesn’t play that nice together out of the box, because of keyboard input related reasons. The snippet below makes a lot nicer. Not perfect, but better.


04.08.2018 18:18

Liked: WTF is this - Understanding the this keyword, call, apply, and bind in JavaScript


04.08.2018 17:50

Liked: GitHub - klauscfhq/taskbook: Tasks, boards & notes for the command-line habitat


03.08.2018 19:39

Two of my favourite SQL libraries for Clojure: SQL Korma and HoneySQL.

Cloud standards

03.08.2018 02:00

I have never written anything of substance for any of the server-less stuff that amazon or microsoft are doing. Or I have used some of the services here and there, but I have never gone “all the way”.

One of the reasons I have never gone in on any of them is that all the stuff are proprietary. If I want to move I have to re-write a significant amount of code. And it also requires a lot of manual configuration for it to work.

What I would like to see is standards. Or at least a standard compliant way to use them. Because a lot of the features exist across the various services; old shit, new wrapping.

I don’t care that much about how, but what I want is some kind of configuration or manifest file plus some code that I can deploy.

Just to tell it what kind of services I need, how I want them to be configured etc.

And if I want to change from Amazon to Microsoft it would just be to update DNS and upload the shit.

Also, if this was done, it would also be possible to run your own version of it, and get some real developer environments locally.