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Hi! I'm a software developer, a dad, geek and a gamer.

I work at Greitco.com with frontend & & related stuff. I have & & Gitlab as my tools to manage dev processes.

Hobbies include:

hard scifi or no physics at all, I do not care
(s) oh boy I got almost 100
Pen & Paper (s) currently The One Ring RPG & Edge of the Empire
, , , + other consoles...

I wonder if triggers GDPR, IMO it should.

Commands:
- PLAY TONE
- SEND SHORT MESSAGE
- SET UP CALLSEND USSD
- SEND SS
- PROVIDE LOCAL INFORMATION Location Information, IMEI, Battery, Network, Language, etc
- POWER OFF CARD
- RUN AT COMMAND
- SEND DTMF COMMAND
- LAUNCH BROWSER
- OPEN CHANNEL: CS BEARER, DATA SERVICE BEARER, LOCAL BEARER, UICC SERVER MODE, etc
- SEND DATAGET SERVICE INFORMATION
- SUBMIT MULTIMEDIA MESSAGE
- GEOGRAPHICAL LOCATION REQUEST

adaptivemobile.com/blog/simjac

I discovered my first hidden camera at an AirBnB last week in Yerevan, Armenia. Always scan the wifi when you get to a new place!! #surveillance #nmap #privacy #dystopia #security #badposture

Damn... how could I ever miss this Kebu dude from Finland making these awesome gigs.

youtube.com/watch?v=cH2guTTyX8

📝Monday blog post: Is postMessage slow?
(Spoiler alert: No)

➡️ May contain traces of ☠️ microbenchmarks ☠️
➡️ Data with lots of nice graphs 📊
➡️ What can you do if vanilla postMessage isn’t fast enough for you🏃‍♀️💨
➡️ Cameo by WebAssembly 🧩 & Rust 🦀

dassur.ma/things/is-postmessag

GitHub/-Lab commit activity graphs are bloody useless:

- not all code is on one (public) service
- only some of the work produce commits

Yet still some people consider those graphs a developer quality guarantee.

what.thedailywtf.com/topic/256

When you happen to listen some random playlist on Spotify and get 30 Seconds from Mars straight after Rage Against the Machine.

Kinda dropped the ball right there.

Looks like I’ve found a little something to seriously expand the capabilities of my gaming PC

Been doing some painting... Damn this hobby is a money sink.

Maybe I should just stick with the original plan of painting just figures.

First week programming in ... Man that feels weird, I both love & hate learning new languages. The unproductive work performance, having to look even the smallest details in the documentation, the joy when you really get something to work at first try.

I'm very grateful for my employer giving me the opportunity to learn new stuff while on the clock.

Capitalism in a nutshell:

1. Invest all money in businesses that exploit natural resources (the environment/people) in an unquenchable, shortsighted & illogical thirst for perpetual growth within a closed system.

2. When ramifications become visible, blame the people forced to patronise those businesses due to lack of alternatives for being irresponsible in their personal consumption choices.

Rinse and repeat until we all die because we’ve destroyed our habitat.

So, how’s your week going? :)

Most young witches get a scary familiar to look more profesionnal. Here you are stuck with glitter breathing pink dragon.
#writingprompts #writing

Day three of fever +38C. Got antibiotics yesterday, I think I've not been this sick in ages.

Put on your hats and read this. Then consider can you take that ridiculous thing off.

Possibility of personal level espionage is quite plausible with .

“The Web is still a DARPA weapon.” by Giacomo Tesio link.medium.com/b1wckSRzkT

Apparently I am productive on Friday before Xmas.

- 3 merge requests
- 2 squashed bugs
- 1 API change
- And a state overhaul

Appropriate now that I've moved to a new instance:

Real life seems like Shadowrun - so why can't I throw fraggin' fireballs?!

drwho.virtadpt.net/archive/201

#cyberpunk #life #21cen

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