Fast, robust and easy to deploy upload filter for EU organisations:
Unlike YouTube's filter, work on any type of media (video, code, music, poems) and costs less to operate.
The false-positive rate is configurable to allow for flexible response to any future legislation or pressure from big content lobbies.
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Yesterday I was making my first steps in #rust #rustlang using #vscode. A wild bug appeared in hello world tutorial from official docs (simple guessing game). Turns out I have to restart my IDE every time I add a package to Cargo.toml lol. This is how you recognise a technology that is definitely far from maturity.
@L00pesth3r year ago I had to do exactly opposite (from #ubuntu and #osx to #windows and rest of #Microsoft stack) I'll move back as soon as possible, but also I've learned a lot. Everyone working using #foss should once hop into M$ project. Try for a while #csharp and #dotnetcore instead of #ruby or #python and #sqlserver instead of #postgres or #mariadb. Know your enemy
Teams - crappy search, can't click on send button until all attachments are uploaded. SharePoint - quite often after i upload a file, it disappears. Everyone could see and edit it BUT ME! PowerBi - just please kill it. This is just a fraction of bugs/design flaws I've encountered while using them.
Any other #programming languages you think would be useful for me to pick up on the side as an applied maths major? Or maybe some specific packages worth exploring? (I've dabbled with some scikit at least)
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