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I don't suppose anyone know if a way to exclude just one specific version of a dependency from being upgraded?
context: we auto-bump our dependencies daily with
lein ancient and test against them in CI, but
[com.fasterxml.jackson.core/jackson-databind "2.10.0"] seems to be broken
:upgrade false as part of the dependency definition and then set your CI server to skip auto update those tagged dependencies
thanks for the docs link. I've got
:upgrade false set on it - but it's only the current version I want to exclude - when there's a new one I'd like it to resume as normal.
Hey folks… just to let you all know we’re hiring again! https://medium.swirrl.com/swirrl-is-hiring-ed456c08b78b
Also if you’re curious what it’s like to work at Swirrl: https://medium.swirrl.com/whats-it-like-working-at-swirrl-b9972a703778
I wish I could have more time remote than I get, and that I was in a position to hire remote...
haha there are always new projects 🙂 we’re growing the team because the business is growing; in terms of both existing clients/projects and new ones.
we should go to OG panchos sometime. I messaged ric about it but then got busy and forgot to bug him haha
Yeah sounds good :thumbsup: Incidentally on mcr food; I’ve had some fantastic curry at the indian tiffin rooms.
Yeah near home. Mainly south indian, dosa’s etc. Though I can also confirm their saag paneer was one of the best I’ve had for a long time.
I used to live in Manchester and one of the best curries I had was downstairs in a room near piccadilly that seemed to cater exclusively to indians! (I was introduced to it by a friend). The curry mile imho caters more for the "western" tastes in curry.
yeah that’s the only place I can think of that’s downstairs… though I’m not sure it fits the indian clientele description
NQ “greasy spoon” curry houses are much better than curry mile though. Of that we can all be sure.
Even for those interviews I don't succeed in (which have been many) I always (after a period of reflection) value them in terms of what I've learnt, what I have still to learn and more insight about companies.
@jr0cket what do you use during your practicalli casts to display key presses as you type (in the top right hand corner)? A colleague of mine is trying to improve their vim movements and it’d be useful to have that visible while pairing.
I had to hack the JSON manually on Ubuntu, as the gui didnt work. My JSON config for dual screens is here if needed - I mainly just tweak around with geometry https://gist.github.com/jr0cket/dddd4671a74ada9c2d71a62d9630eba0
my day job is essentially to just create mappings from our internal APIs to various external APIs
but the APIs we work with rarely comes with documentation. We usually just get an example file. So If I could just type out our data structure, and then the target data structure, and infer a transformation
I do the same, I consume either from external APIs or internal kafka topics and have to rejiggle the data into the format that I need.
Ohh, let us know ^_^… I’ve been eyeing that myself, but too busy to follow up on it at the moment :)…