I gave a talk this year at PyCon 2014, about one of my favorite subjects: Hy. Many of my regular readers will have no doubt explored Hy's thriving GitHub org, played with try-hy, or even installed it locally by pip installing it. I was lucky enough to be able ...
Life as a F/OSS Zealot, Debianite, Pythonista and Lisper
This is a collection of insane ideas that I've seen fit to document in a mostly complete way. Most of these posts are centered around Debian, GNU/Linux, or general life hacks.
On a regular basis, I find myself the odd-man-out when it comes to talking about how to work with Python on Debian systems. I'm going to write this and post it so that I might be able to point people at my thoughts without having to write the same ...
One of my new favorite languages is a peppy little lisp called hy. I like it a lot since it's a result of a hilarious idea I had while talking with some coworkers over mexican food. Since I'm the most experienced Hypster on the planet, I figured I ...
Over my time working with Debian packages, I've always been concerned that I have been missing catchable mistakes by not running all the static checking tools I could run. As a result, I've been interested in writing some code that automates this process, a place where I can ...
It's sometimes helpful to keep your machines using a list of apt archives
to use, rather then a single mirror, because redudency is good. Rather then
using (the great) services like
you can set your own mirror lists using apt's ...
Some of you out there may have tried to pass flags to a script that was being
/usr/bin/env in the shebang (
#!), such as
python. You might
recall an error such as:
/usr/bin/env: python -d: No such file or directory
This error is super annoying ...