So i was telling my wife about common physics bugs in various video games today, such as when two rigid bodies get stuck inside each other, and then shoot off into space, and then she asked me simply
" Why don't they just make it work correctly? "
And i simply couldn't respond. She knows damn well it's not that easy, but why don't they just make it work correctly...
Why is #oauth simultaneously really nice, but also incredibly complicated to work with? ??
Do i need to add a different repository to fdroid for nitterizeme to show up?
This is a problem I'm trying to figure out myself. This is also one area where the documentation being focused on single runs doesn't help, as most answers are about piping the access logs through `sed` or `awk` before going into GoAccess.
The best idea I've come up with so far is to run another service that simply streams the access logs from traefik into a filtered output, and have GoAccess parse that instead
So if I have a SSL certificate from Let's Encrypt setup, but still sit behind Cloudflare, is my data still compromised?
Finally snow in #Munich
"If you have users complaining about displays randomly flickering it could actually be connected to people sitting on gas lift chairs."
via 🐦 https://twitter.com/royvanrijn/status/1214162400666103808 , which also contains a nice video demonstration
At least they were fired, instead of some lame excuse like "Data quality analysis"
"Monads are just monoids in the category of endofunctors. What's the problem?"
It can certainly be used for production apps, but I would personally recommend other Functional Languages, such as #FSharp or #Scala as they run on established runtimes. Or #rust if you want to write native binaries.
The thing with #haskell IMO is that because it's mostly academic, any tutorials and guides will always try to teach type theory and how it's implemented, instead of how to get something practical done
Full Stack .NET web dev.
Advocate of F# and functional programming
Can plug in a USB plug on the first try (USB-C)
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