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The avengers fighting Thanos is a prime example of why you don’t go into a boss fight with just dps.

Did five hours of clipping, sanding, and gluing of my start collecting Serpahon set. I love me some lizard people

Wohoo! Happy Friday everyone! Time to dig into some while I eat some takeout!

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KDE helped NASA reach Mars and now we're helping James Cameron reach Pandora in the #Avatar sequels. Lisa Su of AMD shows off video effects software running on KDE Plasma. #CES2019

youtu.be/bibZyMjY2K4?t=1975

119 lines of code and a white rectangle later. I am well on my way to becoming a master of pyglet 😎

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when the boss tells us to deprioritize fixing tech debt "so we can ship more product features"

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I feel like I don't explicitly state this often enough, but I want to see a future where most people are on federated social networks. Mastodon, Pleroma, Misskey, etc, instead of Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

I’ve seen two of my coworkers eat and neither of them are millenials.

As much as intel sucks, can we just take a step back and marvel that they are selling us a 8 core processor for $500? The same price the 1800x launched in feb of last year mind you, but the speediest one in gaming at least. I’m just happy that 4cores are becoming a thing of the past.

Mutual recursion is the coolest thing I've learned all day. I thought this example was cooler than it probably is lol.

(define (even? num)
(cond
[(zero? num) ]
[else (odd? (sub1 num))]))

(define (odd? num)
(cond
[(zero? num) ]
[else (even? (sub1 num))]))

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When you keep running your tests without having saved your changes

The Little Schemer by Daniel P. Friedman and Matthias Felleisen is changing my life. I think I'm finally starting to get recursion.

Omg I just found an article on setting up a dev environment in with an option to read the article in

I'm reading the little schemer right now and it's making recursion seem cool. Still head explody tho.

is a lot of fun to code in I'm just bad at it.

Reading "Game Engine Black Book: Wolfenstein 3D". Hearing about the craziness programmers had to go through with near and far pointers, and addressing 16 bit segmented memory on the Intel 80386 makes me glad I started coding on 64bit cpus with Gbs of ram and actual floating point arithmetic.

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