When I first saw pre-commit.com I had a kind of cranky "why not do it the old fashioned way" moment, but it's really been a win in the (green-field) repo where we're using it. I'm loving that we have a hook enforcing Black formatting.
As a #voip newbie I got a kick out of this. Plugged a cat 5 cable into the desk phone that work sent me, provisioned it for a number I'd picked... and bam, a working phone! Voice attendant and all. Times have changed, glad to be catching up. Hat tip phone.com
My "magnum opus" for better SyntaxErrors is finished in time to be included in Python 3.10. Now when the interpreter shows SyntaxErrors it will try to highlight the full syntactic construct that is incorrect. This was quite tricky to do but I'm glad we managed to do it in time 😅
I've rolled over on people using "hacker" to refer only to criminals, but I'll still resist using "Wiki" as a synonym for wikipedia, and I'll resist "crypto" as synonym for cryptocurrency.
(The fact that I am fighting a usage battle means I will ultimately lose of course.)
Day 13 of #100binaries
fd by @sharkdp86 is an alternative to `find` with sensible defaults. It rapidly lists files and directories with names matching a regex, whilst respecting .gitignore files. github.com/sharkdp/fd
Counts for the top #Django errors shared from the debug view to dpaste.com, 2021-02-02 to 2021-02-12: