Ruby/Rails developer and designer in London.
If you're here for Happy Place app support, you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Here are articles that I've read and found interesting, mostly from places like Hacker News and a collection of RSS feeds that I follow. It's mainly here for my own records but you're welcome to follow me.
I'm starring items I find in Google Reader (using Byline) and using ifttt to publish them to Tumblr. This way I can read and reblog articles on the tube (London underground) where there is no Internet connection.
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N.B I'm investigating why the full contents of the post are sometimes posted. They are intended to be links but sometimes the whole post comes through. Also I'd like a way to add a note to the post but since Google removed most of the useful features in reader, I'm not sure how I can do this.
— @samoli on Twitter.
"So, rather than using complex indirection involving function pointers, a macro infrastructure was used to generate multiple specialisations, allowing the compiler to optimise the code more effectively as a result of being able to integrate everything."