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Sweet, sweet holidays.
This past week I have been on holidays (had my birthday) and spent them fully away from a computer, so no readings. I spent them sleeping, learning to play the piano (I got a piano, a lot of new Rubik cubes and a few other things) and playing Ironlights in VR.
A Reddit question about having something like pip, for Haskell. As a Python developer… please, no. No, don’t. The answers are interesting to see how to use stack and/or cabal. Personally, I use a cabal file, where I list the libraries I want and then run stack init --force to make stack look for a resolver with the libraries I want and write the stack file. It gets the work done quickly.
A visualization. I’m not sure what I find worse: the amount of things a DE is supposed to know, or that I actually have experience on 90% of the recommended technologies. Regardless of that, it’s a ton. Also, who the hell recommends Pig and Storm in 2021? Wouldn’t touch either with a sink-shaped ham.