Sets from last week's Keep Brevard Musical event
Last week, as part of the inaugural Keep Brevard Musical event, I performed two sets of originals, streamed on Facebook.https://archive.org/details/001-paul-roub-keep-brevard-musical-round-1
“If something is easy to repair, it is easy to construct.”
Always worth quoting Robert Ingersoll: “Happiness is the only good. The time to be happy is now. The place to be happy is here. The way to be happy is to make others so.” - Robert G. Ingersoll 💬
Unsurprising-in-hindsight: webcams are suddenly sold out all over the place, especially those recommended by Wirecutter.
A feature I’d love to see in Slack/MS Teams/etc.: when I set my status to “Away”, change the whole theme of the app (dark, transparent, italic… ¯\(ツ)/¯). So easy to forget to mark myself Available on return, hard to notice a little “away” glyph in the corner of the screen.
Just confirming that my blogging-from-drafts action works perfectly in Drafts for Mac, as well.https://roub.net/blahg/2019/01/14/blogging-from-drafts
How To Over-Complicate Your First Conference Post - wherein I make things a bit more difficult, and a bit more interesting, for myself. #codemash
How to Over-Complicate Your First Conference Talk
In January 2020, I was lucky enough to be selected as a speaker at CodeMash, an annual software development conference in Sandusky, OH. It is a fantastic event which I would highly recommend to anyone.
The video of my CodeMash session, Test-driven Development: Save Your Time, Save Your Sanity, Write Great Code Fast is now available.
Writing your own slide-presentation app is a bad idea, even if you really want that one extra feature. Anyway, here’s the thing I cobbled together to deliver my #CodeMash presentation. Do as I say, not as I do (or at least do it better).
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