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@firstname.lastname@example.org Turing test: What do you consider a bot?
I’ve started playing with Go today, just understood the basics and still a bit confused about the module and goroutine parts.
I’ll try to make something interesting soon.
@email@example.com yeah, that’s easy then. I’ll have to find a fun project to work with it and learn how to take advantage from.
@firstname.lastname@example.org I actually used this already, at home and at work too for small chats 😜
@xuu At least your profile and Nick are there…
@email@example.com I write SMS when people ignore me on other apps, usually I get their attention when they receive a message from an unusual source (SMS) 😏
@firstname.lastname@example.org I’m probably on my way to learn it too, for API and the like it looks really good, it’s a bit verbose in respect of python with typing but I got used to that kind of syntax with gdscript.
@email@example.com the best pics as usual… 🤟
@firstname.lastname@example.org they’re great for unique Christmas presents too.
@email@example.com with a good material they’ll stand even more that an year
@firstname.lastname@example.org hearing plants, animals and nothing else is what I consider “silence” 😏
I did something about it…
Got my wisdom tooth extracted yesterday, blood taste like shit.
Today I have to talk a lot at work but can’t to avoid bleeding.
I’m gonna do something about it…
@email@example.com I have a friend who brought one too.
He printer basically anything, from phone cases to flyable planes to toys.
He managed to have fun by just downloading stuff online.
If you know how you should start making things in blender or at least with something simpler like SketchUp.
@firstname.lastname@example.org I can confirm.
The day humanity manage to successfully bend space and time will be first published on npm.
@email@example.com probably 😉
@firstname.lastname@example.org please don’t remind me of cursed numbers…
I once worked on an AutoCAD project of a local stadium like building for a Chinese client and they asked to remove the bad luck numbers on the seats and I had to remove and shift them for 6000 seats by hand. 🙃
Fun fact: the numbers were only visible in the project files, no number would’ve been printed anywhere.
@email@example.com my view on this is that I tend to recreate the wheel everytime for a simple reason: it get better everytime I make it.
When copying something, which is ok for me too, you’re relying on the thought you had at the time, while currently they could be different and you could get around a problem quite differently.
For me reusability is about internal code, not with libraries.
If I need to share code with my project using a library then that library is made with my own hands and code.
@firstname.lastname@example.org feels like windows when they skipped version 9.
type="module"works quite well for most of my needs so I'm dropping almost everything, instead of nom and other i rely on skypack for the libraries.
@email@example.com those are tools that should lessen your burden of the dependencies hell.
Personally I work only with skypack. The rest is for cases where you work with react and the like giving a better experience.
@firstname.lastname@example.org and with some people who decide to break them to destroy thousand of projects in a couple minutes…
@email@example.com I love the sky too.
I usually play with FlightGear since it’s open source, usually with gliders.
Not with a super cool setup like yours though.
type="module" works quite well for most of my needs so I’m dropping almost everything, instead of nom and other i rely on skypack for the libraries.
If you need something bigger but still lighter try snowpack, it uses CDN until you build by optimizing the disk space too.
If anything look bleak try pnpm for a more standard experience of the tooling.
@firstname.lastname@example.org it’s a shower thought, I got out of the water before counting them too.
@email@example.com yeah, it’s amazing how things just break apart without even starting to write a single line of code.
For everything you make you’ll find someone: who loves it, who hates it, who won’t care and who won’t get it.
@firstname.lastname@example.org you simply don’t… 😋
I made it by relying on parcel JS v1 (made some time ago).
I first tried create-react-app but aborted immediately once I saw it going for 3 minutes with npm install.
@email@example.com you’re welcome, I just remembered that some racing games do that.
@firstname.lastname@example.org I got 5 lines only…
Nice game though, didn’t feel the “bastardness” until at the end where I was like: “Of course I’m gonna die”.
@email@example.com Oh, I see.
Then maybe something like personal objectives?
Also, a “ghost run” of last week’s you would be cool, to keep help keeping the pacing pushing forward constantly.
@firstname.lastname@example.org a gamified app that have ranks, scores or something like that maybe?
@email@example.com I can confirm, a light rain create a unique atmosphere that’s worth trying when going for a walk.
@firstname.lastname@example.org as I said in the issue I think we can use the current list API or a dedicated endpoint that return how many posts since a passed argument like
current_timestamp and simply return the number of new posts, the rest would be handled with a timer on the page, I described the steps in details in the issue here
@email@example.com there’s also a YouTube channel.
@firstname.lastname@example.org yes, I can probably pull it off, seems kinda simple, I’ll reply in the issue for more questions.
The other day at work…
“I want to learn how to build an app!”
“Ok, what you want to make?”
“Something like VS Code”
“Good, now I’ll show you how!”
An hour later…
Write in HTML to see magic…
That my training process for my junior, how do you go about teaching programming to your colleagues?
@email@example.com I too have glasses that don’t match my short-sightedness because I work on a PC everyday, the only issue is reading texts at a distance, everything is blurry.
I’m probably getting an eye surgery within a year to fix it permanently. ✌️
@firstname.lastname@example.org how about me having a full disk space warningb on my 1TB hard drive for only 23 projects filled with node_modules only…
@email@example.com Try bumping up the font size, I too work on the PC all day and my font is almost gigantic so I can write code without staining my eyes, except when on Gmail damn micro fonts…
@firstname.lastname@example.org I tried duckduckgo on Android and was pleasantly surprised but it’s still somewhat immature as a daily driven browser for me, especially the tabs navigation, I even filed a feedback report about it from the settings in hope it gets better.
Sadly there no Linux version right now, once it’s out I’ll definitely try it out.
@email@example.com I too avoid bringing in people, the one I know would compare everything to Twitter or Facebook and ask me directly to have this and that.
From what I follow most is tech related and I’ll have to deal with the aftermath of anyone I know getting interested in something they can’t handle by themselves…
Also, 99.999% of all the people I know can’t speak or even recognize the words here as English. 🙃
@firstname.lastname@example.org not close to my house but at my uncle’s place, there was an identical water tower close by and at sunset it had the sun hide behind it.
That photo reminded me of it and other memories I had there.
@email@example.com Wow even his name sounds cool, glad to know he’s loved! 🤗
@firstname.lastname@example.org 46.jpg feels so familiar to me… 😲