Presented at my first remote meetup last week...
I think I miss interacting with folks IRL - but a Zoom meetup feels like a reasonable substitute. And everyone needs more time on #Zoom
@judeswae oh wow... reminds me of this https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/gallery/2018/dec/01/surreal-jigsaw-puzzle-montages-in-pictures
Twenty Years of Mac OS X
Mac OS X 10.0 was released March 24, 2001. Twenty years ago today.
The PowerBook, iMac, iPod, iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch are obviously big steps along the way from Apple as a 'beleagured,' minor computer maker with an uncertain future to the $2 trillion tera-corp they are today. It is easy to focus on the hardware. But Mac OS X was at least as important.
Back then, it was essential that Apple mo
Oh - and it's not like I've got an ARM Mac to test it on yet... but the app still runs on Intel :)
Well that's mildly exciting... Just built my first Universal Binary on #AzureDevOps - and it might even still work...
(Why Microsoft make setting up Cloud Agent choices so hard is beyond me though...)
@egrasmed oh... I'd best not leave this here then... https://www.vice.com/en/article/9a3mmp/the-disk-formats-of-star-wars-rogue-one-spoilers (oops...) :)
Just booked my virtual seat for #zoomtopia - the most 2020 conference possible...
I'm always impressed when the automation I built to deploy my blog posts to prod *actually* deploys my blog posts to prod... despite the fact that's the whole point of the automation being there! (and yes, I logged in to WATCH it build because I still can't believe it'll work) (new post about scooter fail here: https://blog.quirke.org/helix/carb/fail/2020/09/24/post.html )
@judeswae Sounds good to me... (asks Slack to remind me to check with you later...)
@judeswae Oh! "This" I *knew* there was something I meant to be doing this morning. Thanks for the reminder... ;)
#TIL a Gameboy Advance will run original Gameboy software... I’d never thought to try cos the cartridge size was so different... but Wikipedia said so, so I thought I’d try it. Why I have an old Advance and a Gameboy cart to hand is a bigger question about my life choices...
(If you've not used it, the Pico-8 is an emulator for a console that never existed. It has a 128x128 resolution, 16 colours, and a strictly limited number of operations per frame to simulate a ~SNES-era CPU.)
Picking version names for your software doesn't need to stifle your creativity... https://github.com/sheagcraig/yo/releases
(The Hair of Whitesnake?)