Thanks for the info :D Will probably do something similar when I have more data to create more interesting “maps”.
Watch a movie through telnet:
I had this command saved for a long time and I thought it would be a nice idea to save it here.
Weather in the terminal:
Or, if I want to get the info for a specific city, or zip code, just run:
Pronto, para quem tem, seria bastante interessante. No meu caso, só tenho lá uns 4 CDs haha. O resto era dos meus pais, mas sim, seria bastante interessante. Visualization tools, visualization tools. We need them!
Wouldn’t it be better to start where minutes or even hours are regularly wasted?
Yup, that was my conclusion and I’m really happy I ended up not wasting more time with whatever I was trying to do.
When I invest time in my own software projects, I use most of it to create new features that allow me to do new things. This morning, I invested a few hours in a feature that allows me to create posts with photos on my blog via an app from my smartphone.
That’s great! I actually have a big list of features and things I want to add to my own website. Will start working more on them after I finish my exams.
But what I haven’t done yet, and what I will do only when there is a more important reason to do so, is rewriting the software, which allows me to receive HTML forms via email, from NodeJS to Go.
I love Go but I ended up picking Node.js for the micropub endpoint and all the API that is running on the back of my website just because it was easier to deal with… for now.