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says to :
"Hey let's be friends!"

JavaScript: "Why? We are so different - we should rather be 'opponents', because we have nothing in common, right?..."

Zig:
ziglang.org/documentation/0.8.
ziglang.org/documentation/0.8.

JavaScript: "...right?"

Can someone please make a Star Wars Anakin & Padme of this?😅

is one of the most valuable things we have, so don't waste people's time with your and 'ed software.⌛ 🐌

is not a "nice-to-have" - instead, if your software is slow, it's a bug and you must it.

How to write really slow code - Part 1:
renato.athaydes.com/posts/how-

How to write really slow Rust code - Part 2:
renato.athaydes.com/posts/how-

These are such good articles and you can see how much effort went into it.

But I'm really disappointed about the harsh judgement the author has apparently gotten from some people (see part 2 of the series at the very bottom).

Come on, guys! We can do better as a Rust and open source community!

“Information flow is what the internet is about. Information sharing is power. If you don't share your ideas, smart people can't do anything about them, and you'll remain anonymous and powerless.” — Vint Cerf, co-inventor of the internet

I did the upgrade, because I've kept getting scary ext4 file system corruption errors and had to run fsck within busybox.

After fsck I could boot again normally, but every time, my tried to update the package "docker io", it has suddenly set my file system to read-only mode (because of corruption). I uninstalled io, backed up my data and installed 20.4.

I hope the file system corruption thing is not an indication of hardware failure. 😬

We will see...

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I've just upgraded my 18.04 installation to 20.4 and it is running smooth as . All settings/data have been preserved.😍

The only little bummer is that I had to increase the signal strength of my WLAN router, because my WLAN adapter kept loosing the connection.
Very weird.🤨 I thought an upgrade should _up_grade, not _down_grade. Well, that's , I guess ¯\_(ツ)_/¯. But all in all, I'm really happy with the result.

Thank you @Kubuntu and @kde !😘 ❤️

Leckere Nüsse 

Kuck mal, @guenther, habe eben ein paar Nüsse verspeist. Lecker!😋

Regarding the recent case:

It is now hopefully obvious why is so keen on implementing "On-Device machine learning".

Hint: It is not for protecting your

Have you ever heard someone comparing strawberries to lemons?

No?

Well, then stop comparing with !

The word "par" in the word "compare" means "equal".

Yes, they are both pretty new programming languages...and that's it - there is nothing more to compare them against.

I always forget that you can posts in to read them later...

...and then I forget that I still have bookmarks I want to read.😅

@celia proposal would help tremendously here 🤗
fosstodon.org/@celia/106549410

According to programming language ranking is at the first place of the ranking.

tiobe.com/tiobe-index/

And now is supposed to replace C, right?

Currently, Rust is not even in the top 20.

But now, let's look into the future, say 10-15 years...

...Oh....you mean...Rust will be...

😮 🦀 😍

(I know these language rankings are very controversial and I agree. Don't take this too seriously. 😉)


"Restless learners change the world" - edX

has more than 3000 free on various kind of topics from and to and .
You can support them by buying the actual certificate you've earned after you've finished the course successfully.

Go check them out:
edx.org/

Lol, just read a comment about , and and someone was like:

"The nice thing about JS frameworks is that you can misspell the name, and it'll still be the name of a JS framework"

😅 😄 😆

Even if you don't like (which makes me so sad😢), cheer it on and advocate for it anyway!
Why? Because it makes our world a more safe space to live in, that's why!

snapping allows you to lock the viewport to certain elements or locations after a user has finished scrolling.

css-tricks.com/practical-css-s

Did you know you can do the following in to style elements that have been reached via link (e.g. mysite.com/page#styled-element):

*:target {
outline: 3px dotted red
}

This will put a 3px dotted red outline around the element.

I've learned this from the CSS master himself, Kevin Powell. Check him out, he's awesome.

🔻 🔻 🔻 🔻 🔻 🔻 🔻 🔻 🔻
Up your CSS game with these 3 pseudo-classes that nobody use:
yewtu.be/watch?v=b64gzAvAi1A
(or YT: youtube.com/watch?v=b64gzAvAi1)

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