If you follow this path, you'll find a gnome house.

Picture taken in Bavaria

Kaeedo boosted

My Ultimate Tic Tac Toe game is coming along nicely ╰(◕ᗜ◕)╯

From someone trying out io_uring:

"If you're unfamiliar with async I/O, it allows you to queue up reads and writes to run in the background, and check back later to see if they're done, without having to wait before you start doing other things (like submitting even more requests). This ain't no fancy pantsy high-level javascript event loopy memory safey framework though"

wheybags.com/blog/wcp.html

Question: How do short character limits in free texts work (e.g. on Birdsite) for non-english languages?

I imagine it would be less expressive in languages like , or character based languages like or might have an easier time fitting more content into a single message

Danke .de dafür das ihr meine Do Not Track respektiert, und automatisch nur die notwendigen cookies akzeptiert, und die nutzloses werbe cookies überhaupt nicht anzeigt.

Thank you geizhals.de for respecting my privacy and Do Not Track header by automatically only accepting necessary cookies and not showing me the useless list of advertisers.

Canned foods taste like a description of what they're supposed to be

Has anyone else always made sure to keep the egg carton well balanced? Or is it just me?

imgs.xkcd.com/comics/egg_strat

I feel I must mention the good in the world in these times:

My neighbor is wheelchair bound, and has a very helpful dog that tries to help by picking things up for her. Today the dog got separated from her and was sitting in the building waiting to be let in.

The delivery man that usually delivers packages got worried when no one answered the door, and called for help.

But, happy ending, she just took a turn while the dog was temporarily looking away, and they were reunited shortly after help arrived

Finally ready. I have pushed an update to my UI testing library . In this release, the main addition is a nice interface for usage from .

nuget.org/packages/Scrutiny/

For those that enjoy indent based blocks a la or , sometimes things get really weird when the amount of characters in an operator changes how the compiler interprets it:

dev.to/asik/f-s-stack-overflow

"that being said, i would never choose vba over anything

i'd take an abacus over vba"

- /u/WhyDoIHaveAnAccount9 on reddit

"On a side note, I am now using the forest fissure as my own personal lavatory. I wonder if I am pooping into another dimension..."
- Rogue Legacy

Seeing the "AWS loves Rust" post on reddit, it really seems like there's more irrational hate, than there is irrational hate on /r/programming

"Pair programming is the of the world"

-- togglebit on twitch

about what might be the most convoluted international border. It's between Germany and Belgium near Aachen.

yewtu.be/watch?v=KEM_cp6hVeM

If anyone else knows about other strange borders, I'm all ears

Alright people. I finally got around to writing an introductory blog post that hopes to explain how to integerate with a giraffe web server and forms as the client.

Boosts appreciated

hashset.dev/article/13_real_ti

To all my people (?) that support , we can make our voices heard with this petition:

eci-ubi.eu/

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