This one is for all the geeky Rammstein fans :)
This TravisCI blog post welcomes AJ to the team. In it, there is a bit that caught my attention (except, of course, the one about bra burning):
If you’re so inclined, you can follow her on Twitter or run curl cv.soulshake.net.
Wait a second … A what? curl for the CV? I had to try it out. Here’s an even better way, for reading all the slides:
p=1; while [ $p -lt 9 ]; do curl -N cv.soulshake.net/$((p++)); read; done
Oh. My. God. Lo and behold, this is the coolest tech CV I’ve ever seen. Ever. Period. TravisCI is so lucky to have her!
CommitStrip does it again:
The other day I was joking with a colleague of mine about how much fun it would be to do the web development in Assembly. All the usual stuff – pages would be super fast, and the whole subject makes it for some fun interview material, as the candidates mention Assembly pretty much on every CV.
And then I decided to do a quick Google search. To my (not so great) surprise I got to hilarious this Reddit thread, which, among other things, links to MiniMagAsm, a web development framework written in Assembly. It compiles into a native binary and can be executed as a CGI script.
I’m not going to use it any time soon, but I think it’s super cool, and way more than a simple “hello world” page that I was expecting to find.