Month / February 2020

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  • Working through issues with tests where the transaction doesn’t properly isolate the examples. So I get failing examples because of pre-existing records. Thing is, the error is new. Didn’t occur previously and…

  • Several commits later today, and the most used terms in my commit messages are „fix” and “tests”. This is tiring.

  • Post birthday

    Last week: I dealt with GraphQL and Rails to connect with a React application. I did not want to use JWT as authentication but “just” use the Rails session. It took way…

  • I’ve had a very wet ride to the office today. Thankfully the Rapha clothes kept me warm and mostly dry. Since I finally could solve my GraphQL/Rails-Session problem yesterday I can now…

  • And once again I am hopeful to have fixed all the tests and have a green branch. Let’s see what CI will say.

  • Just read about more update issues with Cataline this morning. I am really glad I stayed with the previous version. no need for shit like that. Too bad, Apple doesn’t get their…

  • Start of day 02-17-2020

    I just reviewed another candidate for Expert Sieve and played around with Doing from Brett Terpstra as well as Übersicht.app. Now it’s time to get to the “real” work which means my…

  • Talk: Your Git is a Treasure Trove

    Prequel A talk about how Git is a treasure trove might be interesting to a lot of people. The title sounds catchy, perhaps I will tell you about a hidden treasure that…