@saramg or use vsprinftf() ;)
@saramg your majesty 🙇
@annika I have no idea what type of bulb and hasn't even thought that would matter. Shit. Now I'm even less sure 😂
@yisraeldov productivity > purity.
I picked up #Laravel & Lumen the last 3 weeks for a new project... and I don’t think I’ve ever been this productive in my life. Super excited with what I’m building right now... most exciting PHP project in a long time. \o/
I saw a cartoon avatar generator with an API a while back and I can’t find it again, it allowed you to create a cartoon person that looked like yourself, similar style to this, but again, API: https://getavataaars.com
I've tried several times to get on the Laravel train, and have failed miserably each time, getting frustrated before I could get productive. However, the last couple of days I've been using Lumen to build an API, and it's the *perfect* backdoor for my brain to just pick up what it needs as I go along, rather than needing to front-load a bunch of Laravel conventions up front.
I choose Lumen knowing that I may need to expand this project beyond the API later; happy with my choice so far!
I have a Netgear R6400 with split 2.4ghz and 5ghz WiFi networks, and for some reason devices in the 5ghz cannot see devices on the 2.4ghz… is that normal? I feel like they're all on the same router/subnet (I think) and that shouldn't be an issue. I think my only option is a single network but my experience thus far is that most devices end up picking up the much slower 2.4ghz signal. Any ideas?
Tor is giving away a great Scalzi book, The Collapsing Empire. Highly recommend: https://ebookclub.tor.com
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