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Software engineer at Amazon working on data privacy in Alexa, ex-consultant at http://block.one. Curator of the weekly open source newsletter Console: https://console.substack.com/
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(#2p6oqyq) lol would you have ever thought you’d see a headline like that in your lifetime?
@adi @prologic (#ipzjchq) There are ~2,800 subscribers (it seems to go up by around 20-30 per day since I started) and around ~20K views per month on the posts, but that also seems to be going up every month as well.
I have to say TabFS is up there as one of the most interesting projects I’ve put in the newsletter so far. Highly recommend you check it out!
Fun fact, the newsletter started as a typical Ben Thompson style thing, then I thought “no one cares what you have to say, just focus on providing something you’d be interested in”, and Console was born! so I specifically try to pack as much value as I can into the emails and keep my opinions out of it.
Yeah, I thought that viewpoint was a bit extreme, but I’d never used Vagrant before. I try not to push back too heavily on people during the interviews because I don’t want the newsletter to get a reputation for being divisive, for fear of people avoiding being interviewed. Usually I would have asked some questions such that Marc would have qualified his statement a bit, but again, since I wasn’t familiar with Vagrant I had to let it be.
You should have brought this up in the Discord server! This is exactly the case I created it for.