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John Nadeau
@johnnadeau

ALE makes use of NeoVim and Vim 8 job control functions and timers to run linters on the contents of text buffers and return errors as text is changed in Vim. This allows for displaying warnings and errors in files being edited in Vim before files have been saved back to a filesystem.

In other words, this plugin allows you to lint while you type.

lackita
@lackita
Cool
John Nadeau
@johnnadeau
Inspired by you @lackita
I want to see how your setup works with emacs
lackita
@lackita
mine is probably less interesting, it uses an existing package: https://github.com/bbatsov/rubocop-emacs
it integrates with something called flycheck, which I already had setup
@johnnadeau ^
John Nadeau
@johnnadeau
Nice
John Nadeau
@johnnadeau
:thumbsup: thanks @galois17
Tony Bargnesi
@abargnesi
Bringing a
6 pack of beer
John Nadeau
@johnnadeau
Great talk last night! I'm asking Marcel if he'll post his slides from the presentation for those who want some more information or couldn't make it.
Khem Veasna
@galois17
I bought a rtl-sdr rtl2832u dongle
working well...
took a while to get gqrx + gnuradio to work
Tony Bargnesi
@abargnesi
Awesome!
growland45
@growland45

I won't be able to make it Tuesday, but thought I'd share an interesting article on programming problems:

http://www.infoworld.com/article/3138572/application-development/the-7-most-vexing-problems-in-programming.html

I'm particularly annoyed that programs don't fail softly when resources run out. Moore's Law notwithstanding - we just demand more of our computers, so we're never really safe from running out of RAM or disk space or CPU cycles or bandwidth.

Dan Bechard
@dbechrd
@growland45 The more annoying thing is when developers throw up their hands, assume resource management is impossible, and move on to other problems without fixing their software. If the program is written properly, and in a language that makes it possible, it's not hard to manage resources properly. Out of disk space is not a problem, the program is still running fine. Out of memory can be avoided by not blindly abusing memory abstractions (garbage collected languages) to the point of contention. Out of CPU cycles should be something that is always happening, otherwise you're wasting money on a CPU that's not being utilized to it's full potential. Assuming it's not being utilized by something stuck in an infinite loop, every cycle means useful work is being done. If you want to do more work, then yeah, you need more CPUs.
@growland45 Cool article, btw.
lackita
@lackita
Just had an idea for a meetup, "How to make ethernet cables"
Any interest?
Tony Bargnesi
@abargnesi
Sounds intriguing. I've done cat5 wiring before (crimping, patch panel, etc), but never this. I'm interested.
lackita
@lackita
ok, that's actually all I meant, what did you think I meant?
Tony Bargnesi
@abargnesi
i thought you meant stringing the ethernet wires
either way i'm interested, i would like to no more about ethernet pinouts
lackita
@lackita
ah, I might be able to figure that out, although no experience going that far
Tony Bargnesi
@abargnesi
sounds cool, I actually need to do this in my house now, so it might motivate me!
John Nadeau
@johnnadeau
@abargnesi don't know if you're aware of this vim command: C-w o focus a single window (close others)
lackita
@lackita
Ah, you mean C-x 1 in emacs
John Nadeau
@johnnadeau
Lol
lackita
@lackita
and yes, I had that memorized
Tony Bargnesi
@abargnesi
hey @lackita do you want to present on the Dec. 7 meetup?
I remember you had a couple ideas brewing.
lackita
@lackita
@abargnesi Yeah, I think I could have something prepared. I'll try to have a PR up on the github repo by the middle of next week on what I'm thinking of.
Tony Bargnesi
@abargnesi
Awesome! Thanks.
John Nadeau
@johnnadeau
@lackita we want to announce the December 7th meetup before/around Thanksgiving, can you confirm you'll be ready to do the talk?
lackita
@lackita
Yeah, I'll try to write a description up tomorrow
Title is "Design Inflection Points". Tomorrow's goal is the description.
Tony Bargnesi
@abargnesi
Sounds intriguing
John Nadeau
@johnnadeau
@lackita I added you as a host for the meetup so you'll be able to modify it to include your description when you're ready
After that we'll announce publicly
lackita
@lackita
Alright, I'll let you know when I put it up
lackita
@lackita
@johnnadeau The description is all set. Feel free to announce whenever.
growland45
@growland45

I've got my Extended Mind prototype thingie up on GitHub. It's useful to me,although I'd want to rewrite it in something else.I'm curious what others think of it:

https://github.com/growland45/Extended-Mind

Tony Bargnesi
@abargnesi
@growland45 congrats, Will definitely check it out! Looks very useful.
John Nadeau
@johnnadeau
Great, I will announce
John Nadeau
@johnnadeau
Does anyone have any recommendations for a cheap-ish camera that would be good for recording our talks?
Tony Bargnesi
@abargnesi
John Nadeau
@johnnadeau
:thumbsup: