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Interesting, I never thought about where whitespaces / tabs will be put to in a sort algorithm
Is there any information channel where we can get a heads up for new apropos live streams? They appear at random times on Youtube for me, after the fact. There used to be a Twitter account, but that's not active anymore? cc @mfikes @raymcdermott @ericnormand
Ah... I'm subscribed to that. They just did a new ep today... I thought they used to announce them in #news-and-articles or #events ?
Not sure how it compares, but https://github.com/borkdude/jet/ also has "a minimal query language"
nowadays I use * babashka for munging * jet for pretty print * bat for syntax highlighting
Google used to have easy tools to do that, and we've spent the last year trying out different ways to do it live.
I run a script daily to keep my brew packages up-to-date. I must have become immune to its output. Like out of sight, out of mind
What happens for other stuff you've installed via a tap? Clojure itself is now also in a tap
That must be it. ytop doesn't show up either
Script started on Thu Jul 2 09:20:32 2020 (B[m[[34mtvaughan[[email protected][36mPatagonica(B[m:[34m[1m~/.dotfiles(B[m][32m (master *%=)(B[m $ cat Brewfile tap 'borkdude/brew' tap 'cjbassi/ytop' tap 'homebrew/bundle' tap 'homebrew/cask' tap 'homebrew/cask-fonts' tap 'homebrew/core' tap 'homebrew/services' brew 'babashka' brew 'bash' brew '[email protected]' brew 'convox' brew 'coreutils' brew 'curl' brew 'diff-so-fancy' brew 'direnv' brew 'docker-completion' brew 'findutils' brew 'gawk' brew 'git' brew 'git-lfs' brew 'gitlab-runner' brew 'gnu-sed' brew 'gnu-tar' brew 'hunspell' brew 'isync' brew 'jet' brew 'jq' brew 'make' brew 'mitmproxy' brew 'mu' brew 'openssh' brew 'openssl' brew 'pandoc' brew 'pass' brew 'pinentry-mac' brew 'pyenv-virtualenvwrapper' brew 'python' brew 'ripgrep' brew 'rsync' brew 'shellcheck' brew 'shfmt' brew 'sqlite' brew 'tmux' brew 'vagrant-completion' brew 'xz' brew 'ytop' cask 'chromium' cask 'docker' cask 'emacs' cask 'firefox' cask 'font-terminessttf-nerd-font' cask 'google-earth-pro' cask 'iina' cask 'keybase' cask 'multipass' cask 'podman' cask 'signal' cask 'transmission' cask 'vagrant' cask 'virtualbox' (B[m[[34mtvaughan[[email protected][36mPatagonica(B[m:[34m[1m~/.dotfiles(B[m][32m (master *%=)(B[m $ brew leaves | sort [email protected] borkdude/brew/babashka borkdude/brew/jet cjbassi/ytop/ytop convox coreutils curl diff-so-fancy direnv docker-completion findutils gawk git git-lfs gitlab-runner gnu-sed gnu-tar hunspell isync jq make mitmproxy mu openssh pandoc pass pinentry-mac pyenv-virtualenvwrapper ripgrep rsync shellcheck shfmt tmux vagrant-completion (B[m[[34mtvaughan[[email protected][36mPatagonica(B[m:[34m[1m~/.dotfiles(B[m][32m (master *%=)(B[m $ exit exit Script done on Thu Jul 2 09:20:47 2020
I was looking at StreamYard as a possible way for live streaming/recording but haven't actually tried it yet.
@UPGJNT3UY Not in the version of QT that runs on my eight year old Mac that is still running 10.12 🙂
The three screencasts I made so far were so painful. QuickTime recording, then exporting at 1080 then uploading to YouTube etc... ugh!
I'm not sure why they switched from zoom but they don't use it anymore at their company
Thanks for the information, this is actually safer for me as to not type in stupid comments during the show 😉
I'm kinda shocked that YouTube Live and Facebook Live (or whatever they are) don't support screen sharing...
(we have Zoom at work but I don't know whether you can record and publish from it?)
there are pretty easy ways to do this now through other tools. I've been playing a fair bit with Ecamm Live lately (mac only), but OBS is similar
they can both bring in skype or zoom as virtual camera and then stream out to yt or fb
you can record zoom and get a movie to publish too if you don't care about streaming
Yeah, I want to publish more screencasts to YouTube since the number of subscribers keeps going up even tho' I haven't published anything for months...
I've been directing 3 people/week on avg to your channel for months now, for the deps.edn setup, the Atom-Chlorine setup (love the inline results), and the core-memoize bug fix (to demo RDD). The last one in particular is really nice, because you literally wrap the repro in parens to make it a test case. People (incl me) find it really nice that we can do that with Clojure.
My friends have been learning Clojure, and I don't want them to care about what nREPL is at this point (minimising cognitive burden), so the editor has to work
only with socket REPL. Similarly, deps.edn is a much simpler tool than leiningen/boot.
@U883WCP5Z Good to know. Thank you. I do plan to do more. The next one will be looking at the usermanager-example and showing how you can start/run a server process within the REPL and modify handlers and other code live without needing any stop/start/reload stuff.
I'm on vacation Mon/Tue/Wed (because it's my birthday on Tuesday) so I may try StreamYard to do screencasts. I don't know how the resolution will be.
I was thwarted by technology today in several ways. I may try to find time tomorrow or Wednesday...
I believe discord is another good option, but I haven't used it myself: https://discord.com/new/streamkit
yeah, I've heard that. ecamm seems better I think in that respect? assuming you're on a mac
one with my camera and another just connecting to pick up the video and stream it
I've been experimenting with a lot of options for virtual conference stuff lately :)