After playing around with the deprecated GitBook and then with VuePress for a moment (on a recommendation) I finally did the right thing and used Jekyll with the just-the-docs theme to generate my auxilliary documentation for my talk.
1. It's ruby, so other ruby developers can understand
2. I know it well and was able to quickly do it what I want it to do
(Let's see how I feel about this on Saturday during Euruko when I'll give my talk... 😂)
On my first night back home I slept well, reasonable amount of hours and within normal hours. That's a good sign, right?
In general I think I coped with jetlag on this trip much better than I feared, but part of it might also be that we sort of never completely left the euro timezone while staying in singapore...
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