Sam Merrell Tinkerer. Parent. ADHD. Developer.

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Feed Favorites May 2022

Articles I’ve liked in the past month (4 to be exact).



Feed Favorites March 2022

Articles I’ve liked in the past month (5 to be exact).

  • Announcing the HashiCorp Releases API
    • I wish Microsoft would do this for .NET.
  • Your CLI wish is our command 🪄💫
    • Some more details on how the op CLI works. I’m intrigued! I already use the op CLI to pull secrets with 1Password 7 but it is very manual and a bit clumsy. I’m curious how this compares.
  • SSH and Git, meet 1Password 🥰
    • This looks to be very promising! I’ll be a bit honest though, I’m scared to upgrade to 1Password 8 since they’ve moved it to an Electron app. I’m hearing some pretty disappointing performance issues from those who upgraded from the native 1Password 7 macOS app. I’m not as convinced it’s time to move off 1Password, but I’m definitely cautious.

      That said, I’m very interested in the native SSH key support since I keep a few of mine in 1Password already. I’m also curious to see if they improve their GPG key support as well because I find it a bit clumsy how I have to store my GPG keys in 1Password today.

  • Celebrate tiny learning milestones
    • I love the way Julia frames this post. I have a tendency to make big goals for myself and then not complete them and I haven’t thought about the small milestones along the way! I’ve had a goal to learn Swift but haven’t really met that lofty goal. Instead, I did learn about how macOS apps work and how to use interface builder. I built a small pomodoro macOS app using Swift that I was able to compile and use on a different Mac I own. I also learned how to build a SwiftUI app and made a small gauge to use for my pomodoro app. All great milestones I should celebrate!
  • How to get out of the tech debt bottleneck
    • A good introdcution to how a team can run into bottlenecks as they scale up. Many of these resonate with the team I’m on right now. I started right after they got acquired and we’re definitely running into a few of the bottlenecks listed here. I’m curious to see how future articles in this series will be.

Feed Favorites February 2022

Articles I’ve liked in the past month (2 to be exact).