How hard it is to get a Python job in Berlin if you don't have a bachelor's degree?

Asking 'cause someone mentioned that Berlin is, somewhat, a Python center.

I really shouldn't watch "Dogs" on Netflix.

... mostly due the stories of abandoned dogs or people who lost their dogs.

And let's go for another week fighting the withdraw of caffeine...

For absolutely no reason, I decided to convert my blog from Pelican to Zola (a.k.a. Gutenberg).

... and I blame Homestar Runner/Strong Bad for making me call every single laptop I have/had "lappy".

Random thing that is mildly pissing me off: The amount of dirt that appears on my lappy screen.

Anyone know a command line tool to capture apache logs and generate some sort of graph?

Why is Mastodon 2.6.1 making a bunch of HEAD requests to my blog?

`213.164.81.9 - - [18/Nov/2018:03:11:12 -0800] "HEAD / HTTP/1.1" 200 284 "-" "http.rb/3.3.0 (Mastodon/2.6.1; +mastodon.infra.de/)" `

(I may be completely wrong about this, all I know is that looking at the white interface of Evernote after it's night it is really hurting my eyes, to the point that looking at the black terminal is way more pleasant.)

Random thought: "Night mode" was designed because we are using computers after it gets dark.

Instead of moving away from computers at night, people are designing interfaces to keep you using computers after it is dark.

John Leguizamo's "Latin History for Morons" should be one everyone's watch list (and never removed and watched constantly).

The rationale for it is that, as my previous life as a stream processing developer, I believe I can write that "Mastodon to Evernote" as a bunch of functions with GET favorites as source and POST to Evernote as sink.

So I spent the last two days thinking about Python event loop and if I could start more than one and attach some "inbox" in each and have an actor system in Python 3.

Research if it is possible: 0.

... and I just broke my phone screen.

Not the greatest week of my life.

Dear internet, please stop making videos to tell me things that could be adequately explained in one paragraph of text.

... and hit my target of reading 30 books this year!

... and clean up my Pocket list.

... and clean up my Evernote.

... and get some good rewards on Guild Wars 2.

Well, now I'll have time to properly learn Rust and Elixir.

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