I wish it hadn't taken quite so long to get to Warbreaker. It's really quite a good book, right up there with pretty much all of the rest of Sanderson's works.
It's been a while, but I've finally finished the Nexus series by Ramez Naam. Near future sci-fi / thriller, they're great reads with some interesting technology and social/psychological repercussions therefrom. It's also combined with rather a lot of action, especially in the first two books.
Overall, they're a bit long and start to drag at time (too much action, who would have thought?). They're still worth reading.
When developing using docker on OS X, you'll currently have to use docker-machine to spin up a virtual machine that is actually running the docker containers. Running a virtual machine takes up a bit more in the way of resources than just the docker containers, so if you're not actually developing at the moment, it's helpful to be able to start up the virtual machine only when you need it.
The current way I have to do that:
$ docker-machine start default
$ eval $(docker-machine env default)
What's worse, the latter command has to be run for every shell that you start up. It's by no means a hard pair of commands and you could easily wrap them in an alias or put them in your
.profile equivalent (which is what I used to do). But unfortunately, I found a completely unrelated bug in
tmuxp: if the shell takes too long to start up,
tmuxp essentially won't work. The above
eval command took long enough to hit this limit.
Another rainy day. I love taking pictures on such days.