It is true that creating branches in Git are easy and cheap so you don't really need to
git stash something. But, sometimes you don't want to save something to a branch because you really want it to be a temporary thing so you stash it.
Sometimes though you'll stash something then merge your feature branch and when you
git pop conflict the stash back you'll have a conflict.
You'll see "unmerged paths" which is your clue to this situation.
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The other day at lunch, I heard this interesting phrase, "It's an optics game". It was spoken by a friend I was having lunch with. He was detailing his current work environment which is less than positive. The story went like a lot of stories I hear from people in the same company as my friend, in that things are not positive. The company appears to be failing, a lot of people have left, no raises, etc.
My friend's boss was recently working on a series of marketing messages and powerpoint presentations. What made this odd to my friend was that my friend is in BizOps and his manager is in charge of the entire department. Why does BizOps need to market itself was my friends' first thought. Sensing this oddness, my friend asked the boss why he was doing the presentations and got back the answer, "It's an optics game".Continue reading →
One particular issue was found with http-kit. It seems to have difficulty with sites that are SNI-enabled. When such a site is encountered you need a SNI-aware client.
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Error: javax.net.ssl.SSLException: Received fatal alert: handshake_failure for https://elpais.com/
I recently discovered the Ads.txt specification and the IAB Tech Python crawler. Being more interested in Clojure I decided last weekend to write a crawler for Ads.txt files in Clojure. The first pass is available at the following repo on the
Currently as of this writing, the 0.0.1 version supports passing a target domain list to have the sites crawled, their content parsed and output written in comma delimited format to STDOUT. The Python crawler from IAB saves it's output to a SQLite database. I decided that would be a feature for a later release. With my current version it is simple enough to pipe the output to another program or file for subsequent processing.
If you find this post at a later date than the
release/0.0.1 branch feel free to investigate any progress I've made.