@Gargron try Mike Oldfield's Tubular Bells ( 49:16 ).
@alexcleac Category theory for programmers https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I8LbkfSSR58&list=PLbgaMIhjbmEnaH_LTkxLI7FMa2HsnawM_
Scala Exercises https://www.scala-exercises.org/
And our existing SaaS projects having multiple years worth of development hours.
First week programming in #Scala... 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? :)
@WritingPrompts I'd never trade that for anything.
@Gargron remember to send Retry-After header.
@barbados a tip for you
You could always user this.sysmanForm.get('client').valueChanges to skip map & filter parts.
@paola wait, what? That can't be right.
@smays depends on what one is looking from a platform. I look for interesting news and developer stories & if I find good ones I'll share. But usually I have very little what I want to share publicly.
Use of social media is only measure of itself.
Why is #parenting so darn hard?
Secure #Development: Towards Approval
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