What can I, a resident in Germany, use a gift card for Amazon US for?

Overheard my wife teaching English:
"I want you to explain to me very convincingly why regular meetings are a waste of time"

So unsure about learning or for development. If this were for hobby projects, kotlin would win.

But it seems in the enterprise area xamarin is still preferred

Curses! Foiled by . I was trying to implement a really stupid idea with the new profile readmes by getting the referer header and generating a playable tic tac toe svg based on query params.

But nnnooOOOoooo. GitHub had to go and proxy the image request and strip the referer header out.


Alright, time to tell everyone about an library I've been working on for UI Testing in
Scrutiny (github.com/kaeedo/Scrutiny/)
It's a library designed for UI testing by modeling your UI as a state machine. The idea is to model a single page of a web app as a state, and then it creates a directed graph out of it to then randomly navigate through it

And the accompanying blog post explaining a little why I created it: hashset.dev/article/12_test_yo


Simple explanation as to how certain pieces of syntax sugar in work, and how to use them yourself. Nicely written.

It's these kinds of articles/blogs that I enjoy reading the most

Ok, why is Money Heist the best show I've ever seen?

Interesting and simple to follow developer guide from the French commission on informatics and liberty about and how to write to be compliant.

Also available on

All you need to know to learn
"The main thing you need to know is that Lua's table type can be numerically iterated between index 1 and the first gap where numeric index has nil value using the ipairs iterator in addition to the non-exclusively-numeric unordered pairs iterator. A common pitfall with sparse tables is that the length shortcut # returns seemingly the wrong result if you aren't aware of that first part." from ebg13 on hacker news

var escapedArgs = command.Replace("\"", "\\\\\\\"");

Because passing strings from a managed runtime through to bash is fun

From /u/Frptwenty on Reddit:

Side projects are not anything to be embarrassed about, even if they fail. I'd bet money there was a giant pile of fucked up marble in Michelangelos backyard.

We need a ladley thing with slots and pointed sides to pick up pasta

Kaeedo boosted

COVID humor 

Considering the theory that the followed the (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Renaissa), can we assume that following we'll get a second renaissance?

We're already introducing more and more automation, and researching and , so could we see one akin to the ?


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