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@agile_geek good exercise.
@agile_geek you need protein after that; I’d recommend a bacon butty.
@paulspencerwilliams I'd need a 'naked' bacon butty...or just bacon! Gluten is not my friend!
@agile_geek that’d work
morning.... I haven't even woken up properly and you guys talk about steak and eggs...
@thomas steak and eggs is breakfast food in US!
I know... I might even have had it once... you don't need to eat for the rest of the week after having it.
When my second child was born I had literally just got off my motorbike, taken my helmet off and walked into the office when a colleague told me to go back home cos my wife was in labour! (no options to work from home then). Lucky it was my second otherwise concentrating on the ride home might have been a problem.
don't hold your breath @korny - i've waited for two first babys and they were 10 days and 4 days "late" respectively...
the "late" "early" terminology always irked me... is the concept of a distribution that hard to grok that it must be erased from all communications ?
About to dive into AWS lambdas.. was hoping to sanity check with @benedek or anyone in the know if https://github.com/mhjort/clojider is a reasonable starting point
although lambdas are pretty cheap you might want to check the costs page in aws documenation before starting loadtesting for real?!
the thing I posted uses the funky uswitch lib https://github.com/uswitch/lambada
there is a catch tho. at least for me it is a catch. you can only change the values on the latest version
and since i use qualifiers (aka alisases) for dev, staging, prod i can’t set different values for those different aliases
so you’d have to stop using aliases to identify environments in order to use env variables
@mccraigmccraig re: distribution curve - totally! Also it’s quite a flat curve - anywhere from 38 to 42 weeks is quite possible. Yet people describe 39 weeks as “early” and 41 weeks as “late” as if somehow human biology was a massively precise mechanism, identical for all women.
🙂 The real trouble is, dealing with the risks - at 42 weeks some pregnancies are genuinely “late” and risky, and some are probably still fine - but it gets tricky to tell the difference. So it tends to be “ok, time for induction / c-section” at that point. Hopefully we won’t get to that stage!
@glenjamin well you can use aliases but you need to update the code (so deploy a new version) to have separate values
so lets say my
DEV point to version 9 with value
foo=bar and my PROD needs to point to version 7 with
foo=baz or something like this
and when i want to promote version 9 to
PROD I need to create version 10 so i can change
I have London Clojurians stickers for anyone at our events between now and ClojureX
@glenjamin @benedek we just had a meeting about AWS lambda and apparently you can now set environment variables. This was added very recently.