From Twitter -
“ Just to be clear, when the Home Office says "put children's safety first" what they mean is "backdoor everyone's end-to-end encrypted communications." This is a cynical and vile attack on everyone's privacy masquerading as concern for children.”
Today - found fzf, which is a handy fuzzy finder that can be integrated with Vim. Faster than ctrl-p and way easier to set up than command-t.
@Flarnie Definitely fun, though I have found it difficult to get each day's challenges done on the same day.. there's usually a lag of several days.
@DeveloperMemes Especially biting in that Norrington is apparently a web browser, and responsible for constantly running terrifically bad code.
Hey web devs - please make your apps work across browsers, because if we don’t, and Chrome becomes a monopoly, then we won’t have any alternatives when Google makes a harmful decision like allowing blocking of “use source”.
@Flarnie That episode was packed with lots of little tips and other bits of wisdom. Surprisingly good for meditating while cycling. 🚴♂️🤓👨🏼💻
@Flarnie Just heard this podcast episode today related to this question.
Two engineers at Jane Street (https://www.janestreet.com/ - an OCaml shop) go in-depth discussing the different forms and motives for, as well as the fallacies surrounding comments and documentation in general.
(Audio content is below transcript)
@delve If you're a SWE developing for cloud platforms, do you select the cloud OS? Or the machine you use to edit source and Dockerfiles?
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