Oh… my place got covered in a white layer of … hail in the last ≈30min. 🤨

Another 🌊🏊‍♂️🌊: Lovely but fresh weather and 5°C in the water.

After a short Christmas 🌊🏊‍♂️ 🌊 (at 3°C in the water). Tried my new 'dryrobe' – and it's great! It's lovely to have a nice hot tea afterwards. 😃

Gifted myself a mobile changing spot for (not only) winter 🌊🏊‍♂️🌊.

Will try out together with the changing coat later. 😀

Today it's a walk at the 🚶🏼, tomorrow it may be swimming 🌊🏊‍♂️🌊 time again. 🙂

Decided on the book to read over the holidays: 'Gödel, Esche, Bach'. Douglas R. Hofstadter. Klett Kotta. 6. printing. 1985.

Nineteenhundreteightyfive – that's why it's the German translation. 🙂

Wanted to read the English ebook edition, but the preview was disappointing (to say the least) and the reviews complained about it being a badly scanned and OCRed version. 🤷‍♂️

RT @CelsoDeSa@twitter.com

How my current Job Search is going.

Got an offer already, but for several reasons I decided to decline.

Have you heard of other Junior Dev openings?

Please, let me know. 😄

🐦🔗: twitter.com/CelsoDeSa/status/1

In case you wondered about the lack on 🌊🏊‍♂️🌊 posts recently, here's why: The water is too crispy these days. 😄

RT @pickover@twitter.com

Mathematics.

This interactive web page allows users to experiment with the structure and beauty of dynamic models for collective motion (swarming) in animal groups.

Source (Dirk Brockmann): tinyurl.com/y84prd86 CCommons Attrib 2.0.

🐦🔗: twitter.com/pickover/status/16

RT @TristanLombard2@twitter.com

It's easy during scary times to lead with fear. Just remember that it wasn't fear, but love that brought you here.

Call a friend, touch some grass, and keep the faith, y'all.

🐦🔗: twitter.com/TristanLombard2/st

RT @the_qa_guy@twitter.com

During the costume party at I asked for help to keep the fairytale of "the unicorn" going that I had started.
And so many of you went with it. 😍 Twelve people added five whole pages (!) to the book that you can read here:
docs.google.com/document/d/1nD

🐦🔗: twitter.com/the_qa_guy/status/

RT @jdiaz_berlin@twitter.com

You loved the stage design made by our colleague Jana. We loved it from the first moment.
It expresses the uniqueness of @AgileTDZone@twitter.com

🐦🔗: twitter.com/jdiaz_berlin/statu

RT @noelrap@twitter.com

There's a lot of big news in Ruby Weekly this week ...

And there is also a brief Q&A with me about the Pickaxe book rubyweekly.com/issues/630

(Still on 40% sale at pragprog.com/titles/ruby5/prog with code "turkeysale2022”)

🐦🔗: twitter.com/noelrap/status/159

RT @Rainmaker1973@twitter.com

Created in 2005 by Ryota Kanai, the so called healing grid has less regular pattern at the peripheral parts. If you stare at the center, the irregularities start to heal themselves because your brain strongly prefers to see regular patterns

[source: buff.ly/3tZVmol]

🐦🔗: twitter.com/Rainmaker1973/stat

RT @EvelineMoolena1@twitter.com

⁦@S_2K@twitter.com⁩ ‘s second selfie!
Final talks of the with ⁦@emna__ayadi@twitter.com⁩ and ⁦@thomrinke@twitter.com⁩. The night is still young 😇

🐦🔗: twitter.com/EvelineMoolena1/st

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