@surma did you get it to work as intended? I've been planning to do the same ever since my NAS fan broke a ball bearing and started constant churn.
📝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 🦀
@22 tell me how it goes.
@Siltaer I'd go with Rust for wasm.
You're free to choose.
@22 no click to jump templates? Check your tools.
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.
@therisingtithes as a Finn I'd say it's more of a regularity of the word.
Love is the literal love in Finnish and is seldom used to describe other than human affection.
Everything else is just 'like'. We never say in Finnish ( except maybe kids & teens ): "I love hiking." - that would be weird. We'd use "I like hiking." - instead.
I didn’t know about featured tags! I realize that the four hashtags I added to my bio oh so long ago have nearly nothing to do with my actual posts. Featured hashtags even gives you a suggested list, and on your profile you will see the number of matching posts of yours. I think it’s cool. What do you think?
@jonne AWS Route 53?
@deshipu From Middle Earth Strategy Battle Game's previous incarnation.
@deshipu Moria orcs.
@thomasfuchs seems like I've got something to watch.
How about that Preacher does it eventually work or is it just a miserable Texan with an excuse of a vampire hanging together and drinking wine occasionally killing someone more or less by an accident?
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