October 4th, 2019

full steam ahead

My tweets

  • Thu, 17:06: When I sat down to learn about YAML properly, I discovered a language designed to be readable, put together out of… https://t.co/iJAPBc9ymj
  • Thu, 17:51: how did it get to be 15 years? it wasn't nearly that long ago!� https://t.co/RrjeL9njVX
  • Thu, 18:11: RT @tomdale: There are two ways to look at standards: 1) I have a brilliant idea, and convincing this committee of busybodies is a necessa…
  • Thu, 18:12: RT @NerdPyle: Weelp, we busted Windows Server 2003 migrations in the latest Storage Migration Service path, folks. You will always receive…
  • Thu, 18:15: RT @sarahmei: This is a good point. Constructive feedback is the ideal, of course, but destructive feedback can be worse than not getting a…
  • Thu, 18:23: RT @DavidHenigUK: Very good (as ever) @hayward_katy "Any proposal that would avoid costs to Britain while placing Northern Ireland’s future…
  • Thu, 18:25: Google using dubious tactics to target people with ‘darker skin’ in facial recognition project: you don't fix a bia… https://t.co/HauEzCyf5H
  • Thu, 18:32: RT @coolcsh: Someone recently told me that #dotnetcore was not really open source because it was primarily single vendor. Nope last time I…
  • Thu, 18:32: RT @DLidington: Today I asked Attorney General @Geoffrey_Cox to endorse our independent Judicial Appointments Commission. Heartened that he…
  • Thu, 18:34: RT @AlexWitzleben: For the first time, the @EU_Commission #EUecodesign rules give Europeans the right to repair products they own👏 Together…
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