Wow... I knew it was a sample - but it's always odd to finally hear the original...
I'm really enjoying working on this project!
One blissful week off work (with a quick trip to AWS Summit London in the middle) and I appear to have forgotten how to do _everything_ - AND there's no real tea in the London office, only decaf! #SendHelp
Actually, what _should_ I be using to try to build standalone Windows executables from Python scripts? At the recommendation of @pduldig I'm trying Nuitka...
Really impressed with this tidy page redesign for our new MDM vendor SimpleMDM... https://simplemdm.com/
(have you enrolled yet???)
But on the plus side, the Windows Git installer actually links to this: https://stackoverflow.blog/2017/05/23/stack-overflow-helping-one-million-developers-exit-vim/
Style Dictionary - Style once, use everywhere. A build system for creating cross-platform styles.
> Style Dictionary is a build system that allows you to define styles once, in a way for any platform or language to consume. A single place to create and edit your styles, and a single command exports these rules to all the places you need them - #iOS, #Android, #CSS, #JS, #HTML, #Sketch files, style documentation, or anything you can think of.
Enjoying a bit of Byrd watching this afternoon... (well, yes, listening, but that doesn't work for a cheap gag...)
And huge thanks to @kfenn for his assistance :)
Did some stuff with #Azure DevOps - and blogged about it... https://blog.quirke.org/azure/cloud/aws/2019/03/06/post.html
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