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Reminder that it's #HomebrewWebsiteClub Nottingham on Wednesday! https://www.jvt.me/events/homebrew-website-club-nottingham/2020/01/22/
I won't be attending as I'm in sunny-ish #tenerife, but hope you still meet!
Recommended read: Blue Monday – Actually BAD for mental health awareness https://cosmicshambles.com/words/blogs/deanburnett/blue-monday
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Not a bad view from quiet adult-only space on the roof of the hotel
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I've written about how I added it to my own site www.jvt.me at https://www.jvt.me/posts/2019/08/26/setting-up-micropub/ if you'd like more info on how you'd go about it - as my site is built around Git as the source of truth, I simply need to get it committing the changes for me and that's it!
Bookmarked: Records Come to Java
This is very interesting to hear just days after a colleague gives a compelling introduction to Kotlin of which one key selling point (to me at least) is reducing boilerplate for Plain Old Java Objects (POJOs) that are effectively data-only objects.
That being said, it's still a way off compared to Java 8, and could be nice to try out Kotlin a bit more.
Recommended read: Records Come to Java https://blogs.oracle.com/javamagazine/records-come-to-java
TLDR: Nearly everyone who wants micropub support writes their own library, endpoint, or whole cms or blog engine.
I believe part of this is because Micropub requires intimate knowledge of how your own site is set up, so unfortunately can't be written as a generic solution, because most folks won't have things set up the same way, even on ie WordPress using common IndieWeb plugins
It's still a good point that maybe we need to look at creating an out-of-the-box Micropub endpoint for some of the common tech stacks.
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