I'm grateful for...

  • feeling morally validated by the company I work for.

  • a boss that goes out of their way to figure out what makes me happy.

  • a week off from work next week.

  • 2 parents, 1 sister, 1 bro-in-law, 1 nephew, 3 aunts, 3 uncles, 8 cousins most of which I'll see next week!

  • a work laptop that I have root access on.

  • a company that strongly encourages open source!

  • my health.

  • the "short list".

accomplishments of the day

resetting and

Each are now on two distinct Digital Ocean boxes. DTW is a 2 vCPU 2GB memory box and CDBattaglia is 1 vCPU and 1GB memory.

Fun part now is to do some benchmarks but can definitely wait.

DTW includes:

  • configured with chef
  • NGINX gateway
  • services
    • open street map tiles
      • languages: Docker, bash, C, C++, cartocss and more
    • keycloak
      • languages: Docker, Java, Postgres
    • places of interest api
      • languages: Docker, Node.js, Redis

CDBattaglia includes:

  • configured with chef
  • NGINX gateway
  • services
    • markdown parser for @dtw/notes
      • languages: Markdown, Node.js
    • cdbattaglia-web
      • languages: Node.js, Express
    • one square mile
      • languages: Python, Docker, geopandas, libspatial, OSM
    • lots more but moreso experiments

actix-web officially ported to tokio 2 and future 0.3

Tracking issue for std::future migration · Issue #1166 · actix/actix-web

  • "it is done"
  • HUGE

looking at differences between async-std and the tokio ecosystem

async-std - Announcing async-std 1.0

  • BOOM
  • ok this is going to be lovely but

what if you could have a single static binary for your megalith Rails application?

big thing I'm looking here is I wonder if I can attempt a chef port with this...? lots of ffi but hmmm

artichoke/artichoke: 💎 Artichoke is a Ruby made with Rust

I'd love to add the language bar calculation for the repo that runs this website

2 different calculations:

  • all repos "private access included" on GitHub
  • this website repo aka "cdbattaglia-web"

to add on my homepage:

I'm trying to identify a title in my field that combines product and software engineering... v hard

Software Roles and Titles - JavaScript Scene - Medium

awesome vid about the whole async/await journey

Rust's Journey to Async/Await - YouTube

a whole day's worth of content going step by step through Rust port of ConcurrentHashMap

Porting Java's ConcurrentHashMap to Rust - YouTube



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