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Normalize having seven boyfriends that live together in a tiny cottage, are named after their moods & follow you around with singing birds.

I'm honestly more embarrassed than anything else. I play way too many

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I love the dynamic nature of Overwatch matches. The difference in a game when hero composition changes is crazy.

But I think I've realized that the dynamic nature of it is also what makes it feel like a steam roll every other game.

I almost wonder if it's really just a problem of poorly teaching players or the game being simply too complicated for a casual audience.

I think it's about time I do one of these. My name is Zach, I'm a developer, with favoritism towards , , and . I work mostly in and .

I also love , I play , and I love to read .

I run my own personal instance for me and my friends called Cybr Egg.

Maybe a hot take, but I think Tolkien is a terrible storyteller. Great writer in general. Phenomenal world-builder. Crappy storyteller.

Oooh that new Jetbrains IDE UI update is criiiisp

Sometimes I enjoy having long compile times for purposes of reading a book while I wait :)

I started reading What My Bones Know by Stephanie Foo this week, and I can hardly put it down. It's devastating, but sadly relatable in so many ways.

Anyone got any recommendations for people to get started following on Mastadon? I like software development, guitar, and video games

The only other solution I could think of was to manually specify each post in the series when list out the post. But, I like only having to specify a single key and getting an automatically generated table.

It also lets me specify position in the series, so I can add more items in between items pretty easily.

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Has anyone else approached automatically parsing a series of blog posts by a key?

Basically I want to specify a key in the yaml and then the post dynamically be able to list the other posts in the series at the top of the page.

I have a solution, where I parse the key out of the yaml, gather all posts together and parse which ones are in the same series, but I'm not super happy with it.

Scored an extra gummy in my edible package, woo!

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