The society needs cooks, so that people who can't or won't prepare their own food don't go hungry.
And yet, the most successful cooks are the ones whose food nobody can afford, you have to make reservation well in advance, wait a long time for preparation, and afterwards you are still hungry.
Meanwhile cooks that can create tasty and nutritious meals out of cheap substandard ingredients quickly and efficiently are shunned.
"Software *is* customer service. It is my experience; it is your product"
what's the name for the values that appear after "case" in a switch-case? I know the value that appears after switch (or match) is called a scrutinee, and I know Rust calls the values I'm talking about "patterns", but that sounds inappropriate for languages where they have to be simple values, like C.
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But I'm cleary missing something, cause I would put my hand very close to the fire (not into the fire, though) that I've launched a multi-threaded process… cause I was seeing parallel outputs.
Nevermind. Have to dig deeper. I think it's something that we could benefit of at work, but still not sure how multithreading works.
"MRI has a Global Interpreter Lock, often called the GIL, and having a high level understanding of it is important to understanding how we write multi-threaded code in Ruby. Basically the GIL prevents multiple Ruby threads from executing at the same time. This means that no matter how many threads you spawn, and how many cores you have at your disposal, MRI will literally never be executing Ruby code in multiple threads concurrently."
🙃 Nice. I hope I knew that before.
I see that CDbaby still charges a one-time fee. Nice. A one-time fee makes sense.
Is there any community oriented, non-profit digital music distributor?
Not that I need one right now, but back in the day I paid $10 do get my album distributed, which seemed fair, but I see that now a lot of platforms charge a monthly fee! Was thinking that this is maybe an area that can be explored.
Hey there! I'm just starting my own research, but asking in case anybody knows something already.
I'm looking for a web based tool/library/framework that can read any JSON collection and:
- Display it nicely
- Has basic search of either key/value (eg: "apple" in field "name")
Do you know anything like this?
I guess that it'd be easier if the data followed a certain spec (JSON-API, Collection+JSON, etc), but for now considering the rawest case.
Thanks in advance!
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