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I’ve begun some training for this 185 mile march through New Hampshire in January. But I’d be really eager for expert advice about how one prepares for this. I’m walking about 7 miles a day between now and then, in my boots, suffering the blisters already. But what else should one do? And how best should we be prepared?
Help (other than: “don’t!”) really appreciated.
If you are a Rails developer you must know Capistrano, it’s the de-facto standard to deploy your application to the server.
I use Capistrano by many years and after got used to its DSL I fell in love with it.
Recently Capistrano’s team released the new main version (version 3) of this amazing tool, it was totally rewritten from scratch and it looks to have many improvements waited by long.
I will migrate my deploy scripts to it in the near future, but it’s impressive how much useful can be 700 lines of code!
The linked post, written by Tom Clements, points out some improvements of the new version.
Happy deploy with Capistrano 3!
If by this superhuman concentration one succeeded in converting or resolving the two cosmoses with all their complexities into sheer ideas, he would then reach the causal world and stand on the borderline of fusion between mind and matter. There one perceives all created things — solids, liquids, gases, electricity, energy, all beings, gods, men, animals, plants, bacteria — as forms of consciousness, just as a man can close his eyes and realize that he exists, even though his body is invisible to his physical eyes and is present only as an idea.
22:14 The mouth of strange women is a deep and wonderful property of computation.
Another Snapchat of a headless body, another dull day indeed.
Just realized that this man was wearing Radiant Orchid on the very day that Radiant Orchid was announced as Pantone’s color of the year. Could dismiss it as coincidence, but his is a face that does not know coincidence. His is an inside-information face. A Kremlin face that does not care for surprises.
by Andrew Root
Jim Henson was dead, to begin with. A freak bout of pneumonia had taken away the man who was at the centre of countless projects and characters; the very voice of Kermit himself. Richard Hunt—who performed Beaker, Scooter, Sweetums, and Statler, among many others—had also died,…
SERIOUSLY MY FAVORITE CHRISTMAS MOVIE.
Mine too. Makes me cry, every time.
It must be Basel.