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#Morph has been very surprised to find himself outside this morning, and has been quite insistent that we let him back in, as he's not quite sure how to do it 😂

Black cat standing outside on the windowsill outside the living room, looking inside and meowing

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Making a Linux-Based “On-Air” Light for My Home Office w/ Camera & Google Calendar Integration

I've been reading this over the last few days wondering how I can get it working with my work Mac + Zoom, or if I use a pared down version

Recommended read: Making a Linux-Based “On-Air” Light for My Home Office w/ Camera & Google Calendar Integration https://joellemaslak.medium.com/making-a-linux-based-on-air-light-for-my-home-office-w-camera-google-calendar-integration-3e5ed35e8c8

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This is how I feel about hackathons. I was able to spend my weekends learning things - like building things with others - that my uni course wouldn't have been able to teach me cause there was a tonne of theory I rarely use 🤷🏽‍♂️

  https://twitter.com/jennypotts/status/1356195591827517442

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How to Scope Down PRs

A good read - I've found that too many PRs then ends up difficult as you're constantly rebasing them to remove the constant merge commits, so am happy with a larger PR with lots of atomic commits that allow reviewing them in isolation

Recommended read: How to Scope Down PRs https://www.netlify.com/blog/2020/03/31/how-to-scope-down-prs/

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Welp if I still had that Dogecoin from all those years ago, I'd have 11k today 😥

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It feels odd to suddenly have i.e. replies to tweets be sent ~90 seconds after I post the comment, instead of ~8 minutes later. Turns out that some tweaking of #Netlify settings, reducing some of the size of files on my site, and migrating from Netlify to #Cloudfront with a self-hosted shell #gitlab CI runner makes a big difference!

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Managed to track down what the ~5 minutes of post processing was on my #Netlify site (thanks to the wonderful support from https://community.netlify.com/t/slow-deploy-times/30857/4) - now I wonder how else I can trim the deploy speed to something more reasonable

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Folks who use #cloudfront for regularly changing sites (ie multiple times an hour) how do you handle caching? Is it off? Fine tuned for the content? Always cache invalidate on a publish?