I authored ghist to show the last few entries in my git history line-by-line. I had seen a better view demonstrated earlier that day.
I made some free stuff.
Screenshot: I have a daily reading regimen and update my Now Reading feature each morning.
I am currently at home, in the Sunbury Cove watershed of Prince Edward Island, Canada.
The weather is overcast at 13.2°C (55.8°F) with winds in the South-Southwest steady at 6.7 m/s (24 km/h; 14 mph).
The relative humidity is 94% at an air pressure of 1.004 atm (1017 mbar).
It's 6:54am in local ADT time. The sun will set 14 hours from now, or so.
I re-watched Seven Years in Tibet awhile ago. There is a scene during construction of a movie theatre: the monks and citizens of Lhasa drafted to help dig for the foundations panic because they are endangering the earthworms with their sharp shovels. Construction is halted.
Today I am modernizing an ongoing software project, beginning with carefully constructing a PHP Code Sniffer coding standard from scratch. This project already has a coding standard behind it's current version. I make only those changes to the code that the newly updated coding standard requires to clear warnings and errors. I make steady progress.
A colleague today shared, in regards to PHPs nullsafe operators:
This language feature sounds undesirable to me. I'd rather code just fail if something was null I didn't expect.anonymous
I wanted to respond with something but it took hours to arrive at: "it is for when you must expect an ephemeral thing of object type to have non-zero probability of unavailability."
Maybe he'll find this post someday.