I'm Not Dead (Yet)
I’m still here, it’s just this blog that doesn’t get any updates these days. Three kids keep you pretty occupied! :) I went through all the stuff that is still linked here, and a lot of it is pretty outdated. I just can’t be bothered to either remove things or (the horror!) update them, so you’ll have to live with the desolate state the blog is in. Deal with it. I don’t even know if anyone is reading this, I don’t run any fancy monitoring on the site and don’t really care if someone reads my ramblings, to be honest. This was and still is just an outlet for mostly technical stuff I do and find worth documenting. Blogs are dead anyway, or so I’ve heard. Kids these days don’t seem to have the attention span for long texts anymore.
Anyway, if anything’s new on the technical front, then it’s the fact that some time ago I started to learn Go and really like it so far. I’m even considering to someday move this and my braintumor blog from nanoc to hugo. We’ll see. Until then, here’s a great talk called ‘Advanced Testing With Go’ by Mitchell Hashimoto. A colleague of mine showed me this talk after seeing my feeble attempts of writing test code in Go. Great stuff.