We spoke with @email@example.com about how @firstname.lastname@example.org uses a native UI layer (Swift on macOS, GTK on Linux) connected to a C++ foundation to get the highest resolution screen sharing performance: https://console.dev/interviews/tuple-ben-orenstein/
GitHub Copilot (AI pair programming) & Tuple (screen sharing for developers), a #devtools discussion with @email@example.com and @firstname.lastname@example.org
The universal VM we call browser - https://cerebralab.com/The_universal_VM_we_call_browser
Next Wednesday (July 21) I'll be on Dev Tool Time talking about the tools I use and my dev workflow (I expect a lot of focus around my NixOS VM). We'll be live streaming on Twitch and YouTube Live and will be open to Q&A! https://info.sourcegraph.com/dev-tool-time https://t.co/Ec3gRFYfqJ
I also often see programming tools people ignore design.
Design isn't about increasing prettiness, it's about reducing friction to solving valuable problems.
Today, there's a design gap in between many cool programming technologies and the tools they could become. 5/
Here's another news post from a RSoC student who is porting QEMU to Redox OS!
new blog post: "Write a time-series database engine from scratch"
Early birds only:
HTTP webserver and a webpage hosted on a calculator:
115200 baud connection, please be gentle and patient! https://t.co/ScUeCWrODl
Interesting tool of the week: https://zellij.dev/ by @email@example.com - Terminal workspace manager. We like: Built-in tabs, panes, sessions, resizing, scrollback. Shows (customizable) keybindings to help discovery. “New pane” algorithmically placed in optimized position
PAGNIs: Probably Are Gonna Need Its - tools and features that ARE worth the effort at a start of the project https://simonwillison.net/2021/Jul/1/pagnis/
New alpha: https://github.com/BabylonJS/Babylon.js by @firstname.lastname@example.org - 3D rendering engine for JS
@email@example.com @firstname.lastname@example.org @email@example.com @HashiCorp@twitter.com Hey there, I'm one of the maintainers of Zellij. Cool podcast! I wish you the best of luck. :) As per your question, here are a few reasons one might want to use the tool (there are many more, but I don't want to take over your thread):
Interesting tool of the week: https://www.waypointproject.io/ from @firstname.lastname@example.org - Build, deploy, and release across platforms. We like: Single command to get code into production. Stream logs and execute remote commands. Web dashboard summarizes deploy status. Extensible hooks via plugins
EP1 of the 15 min Console #devtools podcast is now out! @email@example.com and @firstname.lastname@example.org discuss Waypoint (build, deploy, release) from @email@example.com & Zellij (a terminal workspace): https://podcast.console.dev/episodes/ep1-waypoint-zellij
My thoughts on the state of #Python packaging in 2021: https://venthur.de/2021-06-26-python-packaging.html
After hitting certain limits, we switched to a custom & purpose-built stack:
⚙️ @HashiCorp@twitter.com Nomad
🐻 @firstname.lastname@example.org Kuma
Dumping and extracting the SpaceX Starlink User Terminal firmware - new blog post by @LennertWo@twitter.com https://www.esat.kuleuven.be/cosic/blog/dumping-and-extracting-the-spacex-starlink-user-terminal-firmware/ https://t.co/HGGH4EGMLD
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