I'm excited this week to see that some people are developing my favorite new GitHub feature - customizable profiles! To celebrate, I built some fun tools in my profile
that take my GitHub contribution graph and use it to play Conway's Game of Life. But more importantly, I'm really enjoying seeing the things that everybody else builds.
- Hukum: display GitHub Action progress in a terminal
No surprise that I'm a big fan of GitHub Actions, and its REST APIs, so I love seeing what people build with them. abskmj has built a console-based monitor to watch the status of workflow runs without leaving your terminal.
- Creating Tiny Desktop Apps With Tauri And Vue.js
- Viewing Managed COM Objects Through Native Pointers
The latest preview of Visual Studio adds some functionality in an unexpected place: if you're using COM components in .NET, you can now get better visibility into the native side of the object. A helpful salve for developers who still have to deal with COM.
- How To Create A GitHub Profile README
GitHub's first tagline was "social coding", so it's not too surprising to see them adding new profile features: now you can update your profile just by adding a
README to a repository.
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