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If being under police curfew for a week is "well", yes...
America has had 400 years of systemic racism -- Trump lit a match. We shouldn't really be surprised. But it is pretty terrifying to see it in reality.
We've had peaceful protests during daylight for several days. But at night the organized looters are coming out and destroying shopping malls -- and they're mostly white supremacists trying to cause trouble 😐
Trump teargasing peaceful protesters, to walk to church for a photo-op was shameful. But, of course, he's playing to his base.
I was just reading the Daily Mail piece about that...
He drew so much criticism for not addressing the nation and for hiding in his bunker... so this was meant to be a "show of strength"... maybe America really has reached a tipping point and we're heading into another revolution? Scary to think that but also really cool to be around for such an historic event I guess...
In more fun news, I started using Closh after seeing the 0.5.0 release announcement... that is some serious sorcery! I love it!
I don't think it will happen. Unlike the last one, the government is extremely well armed.
There may come a point where the military refuse to support the government... many have said they will not follow orders they consider to be illegal.
so they're using Blackwater mercenaries to work around that?
I'm running it with
clojure -A:deps:closh so I have
add-lib available to load arbitrary libraries (nicer than pomegranate)...
Unfortunately, not writing any clojure atm. I'm doing a migration from one environment to another environment of a system including data and microservices
I'm doing a mix of writing new stuff in Clojure and rewriting old stuff to Clojure so I can't complain.
(and TV-wise, we are officially 103 episodes into our binge-watch of Star Trek TNG 🙂 )
bbc is embedding this visualisation, which I though was nicely done https://public.flourish.studio/visualisation/1539110
Closh really looks like it’s getting good, is the clj or cljs version better to setup?
commiserations @dharrigan , those crappy mutable datastructures always make me want to tear out what little hair remains to me
Thankfully, my usage is to simply fire up a mongo client, do very basic shuffling around with data and then insert it into another mongo instance
Trust me - I have shouted until I can shouts no more that the choice of using mongo was really bad
The data that we use internally is very relational, why we didn't use Postgresql (my favourite db) (or any other RDBMS) I can only put down to "get things down now, quick, without thinking about how the data is structured, or the future"
Well, Postgres does have JSONB type where you can store all the JSON docs you need. But I guess the queries won’t translate well from Mongo to Postgres. You’d probably have to re-write all those.
There’s this, not used it, but it looks cool: https://www.torodb.com/