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hansw08:12:10

killing the bots

borkdude09:12:41

morning. please don’t threaten the bot

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hansw12:12:51

must.kill.ai-overlords.

gklijs10:12:21

morning, going to try to setup a 'new' environment with a clean database, some weird thing happen, cause we never really test with en empty database.. Hopefully I can fix it soon and get by on aoc, currently 1,5 days behind on RxJava, and 3 on rust

joost-diepenmaat12:12:58

Morning. Spent yesterday evening watching conj videos

gklijs12:12:23

Any must-sees except the ones from Rich or Stuart?

joost-diepenmaat12:12:33

Wilker was interesting

gklijs13:12:28

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yyVKf2U8YVg also interesting topic, to bad the company I'm currently working for is only considering Angular for front-end.

hansw13:12:23

Angular is forever in the sin-bin for me.

hansw13:12:53

The kind of project that doesn't provide a reasonable update-path from one major ver to another is simply to be avoided for serious work.

gklijs13:12:36

That's not really true, it's just that angular 2+ should have had a different name, but now they coved that. It seems to me like something that is way to complex, and doesn't have a correct separating of model/state/view.

hansw14:12:15

it didn't have a different name, and angular 1 was largely abandoned

hansw14:12:38

sin bin, without a chance of redemption

gklijs14:12:07

I don't now marker-wise if it was a bad decision many people think it's 'just angular' and therefore don't really consider going to another framework. We now have a hybrid app with some angular components, and most things in angularJs..

thomas13:12:49

I'll have to watch that one as well. then

thomas13:12:50

is that someone who works for NuBank?

thomas13:12:13

makes sense with a name like that...

thomas13:12:24

and I think they have an office in Berlin as well

borkdude13:12:21

Wilker spoke on the Dutch Clojure Days 2018 right?

thomas14:12:36

aah... completely forgot about that.

dirklectisch16:12:00

That was my fav talk at DCD last year. Really opened my eyes to the value of namespaced keywords.