This week has been tough. Fucking tough. I’d like to think I was transparent about things. I aim to be. But it’s tough. I skirt the line of being offensive/hyper critical/moaning old bastard. I have to be careful of what I say out of some kind of fucking moral code (sorry for the swearing mum). I have a love hate relationship with development, I’m working two jobs, my day job and my projects outside of work. One keeps the bills paid the other keeps me interested in PHP. It’s an odd balance. I’m rambling… this week has been tough. It’s...
This morning I decided to document all the issues I had with Spotify over the passed 4 hours. Here is a list: Persistent notifications - It’s gone from 3 to 1 without me doing anything! Flashing UI - Randomly flashes distracting me from work. Doesn’t remember position when viewing all albums. Playing a track in all albums view doesn’t appear on the specific album view - it appears like albums on artists pages aren’t linked. Shows wrong track playing in the bottom left corner. Giving the window focus took me to the top of the artists page for no reason....
Last night my drush docset for Dash was accepted into the User Contributed section. This means you can now get the following drush commands offline through Dash:
If you want to use this with Zeal then you can download the docset from here:
Earlier on today I tweeted that I’d like a community option when submitting a talk to DrupalCon Europe I'd love to see an option for "Community" sessions at @DrupalConEur "Coding and Development" will have to do.— Mike Bell (@mikebell_) May 26, 2015 As per usual 140 characters isn’t enough. @mikebell_ @emma_maria88 @DrupalConEur Used to have a track, not enough success. Try core convos they're usually more suited for this.— Théodore Biadala (@nod_) May 26, 2015 @mikebell_ @emma_maria88 @DrupalConEur its been tried before nobody shows up - so community summit on Monday instead— mortendk (@mortendk) May 26, 2015 no no no...
My colleague and friend Gem Hill has published her first podcast on Scrum and Agile.
It’s an interesting insight into the Scrum/Agile process outside of a developers perspective.
She raises some good points on the value of acceptance criteria and being flexible in it’s implementation.
You can get the first episode here - https://letstalkabouttests.wordpress.com/ - Don’t forget to like/subscribe/comment/socialmediathehelloutofit.