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Hello, I'm Rufus, , I like , , Looking forward to meet new interesting people.
Among others you can find me on Github and Hackernews where I reuse the same pseudo.
Happy to be around, cheers.

RT @ellorysmith@twitter.com

Yes this was a very good compliment and the secret to using all your groceries is freezing anything that’s about to go bad (BUT IS NOT BAD YET) and using it later in a soup or stir fry or casserole

🐦🔗: twitter.com/ellorysmith/status

RT @DraftExpress@twitter.com

Victor Wembanyama looked like the No. 1 pick in the draft with a 23 point, 10 rebound, 3 block performance in his French season opener, including several jaw-dropping plays. Such a smooth, fluid mover at 7'5.

🐦🔗: twitter.com/DraftExpress/statu

Being well-equipped to resist hardship or to take advantage of good times.

RT @mathsppblog@twitter.com

There is one thing you should probably do EVERY TIME you define a Python 🐍 decorator.

And that is: use the `functools.wraps` decorator!

Why?

🐦🔗: twitter.com/mathsppblog/status

Tous les jours de la semaine.

RT @SplashBrosMuse@twitter.com

Stephen Curry really has a no-look threes compilation 🤯

BAD MAN.

🐦🔗: twitter.com/SplashBrosMuse/sta

So Snapchat has a "web app" now. Well, that's new.

RT @Neovim@twitter.com

'winhighlight' was throughly reimplemented as window-local highlight namespaces. Should be fully backwards-compatible while enabling many new usecases, like window-local syntax highlighting.

0.8

github.com/neovim/neovim/pull/

🐦🔗: twitter.com/Neovim/status/1561

20 years of daily and deliberate practice are very hard to top. By reasoning purely on the amount of time, I would be past 40 when my english becomes as good as my french, and they say learning a language is not hard.

RT @haxor@twitter.com

I'm all for test-driven development when you know what you want, but when you're prototyping the unknown sometimes you just need to bang out a prototype with no tests to make sure the approach is valid and everything could fit together.

🐦🔗: twitter.com/haxor/status/15557

I must admit, it's way nicer to interact with spaces and strings in general. Sadly it lacks that wizard feeling that you have when you write obscure bash incantations.

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Playing a bit with the fish shell. here's what it looks like
for chapter in (ls -d */)
cd $chapter
convert *.jpg (string join / .. (string join . (string replace -a \ "" (string replace -a / "" (string replace -a : "" $chapter))) pdf))
cd ..
end

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RT @_paulmairo@twitter.com

Just came up with a one-liner to bulk convert manga chapters in PDF to read with my ebook reader

for i in $(ls -d */); do convert $(find $i -maxdepth 1 -type f -name '*.jpg' | sort -n | paste -sd\ ) "${i%/}".pdf; done

🐦🔗: twitter.com/_paulmairo/status/

People don't care about how much you know, until they know how much you care.

Last born and only child are high maintenance people. Fite me.

I like storing and retrieving pics efficiently, but for some reason I don't like to take them. Like, something interesting happens, my first thought is not to take a picture, but to actually enjoy the moment, maybe I should hire a photographer, or become famous

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