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  1. Oct 2023
    1. perfect compatibility is impossible.

      'is impossible with cambria' This is especially true with mapping where data is lost between translations - because then more data is required to do a reverse translation, and cambria doesn't have that support

    2. mixing data validation

      they advice separating data validation from the actual business logic.

    3. Users should be able to collaborate on a document regardless of the software version they’re running. New clients should be able to open documents created by old clients, and vice versa.

      So this method is mainly for evolving schema so that clients on different versions are still able to communicate (without optional parameters)

    4. optional fields

      field optionality is an important attribute.

  2. Nov 2022
  3. May 2022
    1. AnthonBerg 16 hours ago | parent | next [–] Sunlight’s effects on body chemistry also have a damping effect on inflammation. It’s a funny thing.Sunlight has an impact on many chemical processes in and on the body. One example: Our skin is coated with a bunch of chemicals. There’s a number of different acidic chemicals. These are known as the “acid mantle”: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Acid_mantleOne of these substances is urocanic acid. The body manufactures it as the trans-isoform. UV light – as in sunlight – causes it to change into cis-urocanic acid. (Ultraviolet-induced isomerization.)Cis-urocanic acid fits a certain serotonin receptor – type 5-HT2A. Cis-urocanic acid is a 5-HT2A agonist. That receptor is known to be profoundly immunomodulatory.It’s super interesting! There are some recent papers on it like “ Cis-urocanic acid, a sunlight-induced immunosuppressive factor, activates immune suppression via the 5-HT2A receptor” – https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/17085585/“Molecular basis for cis-urocanic acid as a 5-HT2A receptor agonist” – https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0960894X0...This is absolutely fascinating. I think people take me as a crackpot when I point to these papers. These are just simple and solid papers from molecular biology :)
  4. Nov 2020
    1. Micro is a platform for cloud native development. It addresses the key requirements for building services in the cloud. Micro leverages the microservices architecture pattern and provides a set of services which act as the building blocks of a platform. Micro deals with the complexity of distributed systems and provides simpler programmable abstractions to build on.

      What they are doing is like AWS lambda - BUT - they abstract away the details of things like Auth, pub/sub, config, networks AND the DB (which is a KV store).

      So you simply write your services letting the platform take care of the particulars of adjacencies.

  5. Jun 2020
    1. the focus here is to make it safe to have mutable data around, not to have manual memory management

      Mutable data without memory management (no garbage collector)

  6. Apr 2020
    1. ake Wikis as an example. Most of them have two different modes: The reading mode. The editing mode. The reading mode is the default. But most of the time you should create, edit and re-edit the content.

      Most of the time you should create edit and re-edit

    1. There are two methods to work with a Zettelkasten: Indirectional Directional Indirectional work means that you just feed your Zettelkasten. It is hungry and demands for notes a.k.a. Zettels. The more you feed it, the more complex it becomes, and the more it will actually talk to you. For additional information read: Create a Zettelkasten for your Notes to Improve Thinking and Writing Directional Work means that you are working on a text, a book or an article, and feeding your Zettelkasten with notes directly and intentionally related to this book.

      Great insight into how to use the zettle

    1. The Zettelkasten as a septic tank - don’t put in only filtered notes. Delay examining and deciding - and a question of speed.(Zettel 9/8a2)

      This is like org-capture

    2. Later, he wrote every distinct point on a different Zettel and decided individually for every thought where to put it.

      And this is where he entered each point into the zettle.

    3. He created brief excerpts for a book and a list of thoughts with references to the pages in the book.

      Not yet in the zettle. Just notes while reading the book