Your typical #startup be like:
"We're using #AWS <insert ridiculous list of aws services with all bells and whistles> so we're super scalable and blah blah <insert hype words that didn't exist a year ago>..."
When they don't even have users to justify any of that. #Scaling is good and should be a concern but NOT the only one
Building a good product rarely requires all that hype-driven stuff from day one. Most products could easily run everything in a raspberry (not that you should)
Act 1: Microsoft buys #GitHub
Act 2: Libre Andy #OpenSource folks freak out and jump ship
Act 3: Everyone else tells them "mIcRoSoFt iS nOt lIkE tHaT aNyMoRe"
Act 4: Microsoft introduces GitHub #Copilot
Act 5: People freak out because #Microsoft turned out to be EXACTLY what you'd expect
Back in 2015, I noticed searching the web for colors to use for any project was one of the tasks I did quite frequently.
"The last color palette you'll ever need" I labeled it and 6 years later I still find myself coming back to it every time I need a good color.
Facebook: Here's our API!
Anyone: Awesome! Can I use it for X?
Anyone: Ok, how about Y?
Anyone: ... So what can I use it for?
Facebook: To replicate facebook functionality within your app I guess
Cambridge Analytica: Can I use it for all my shady goals?
Facebook: Sure, do whatever you want! Love to help :D
Layered sprites has been one of the most requested features in @MonogatariEngine and it seems we finally have an initial implementation for it! 🎉
Currently it seems to work fine for layers that all have the same size and also for layers of different sizes with positioning by percentages on CSS.
Of course lots of testing is still required but at least we finally got some progress. Here's a small demo:
Indent your #code correctly and consistently
Fix your typos, don't just use the same mistake over and over
Don't over simplify your variable or functions names, you are not writing a telegram
If you're not writing #documentation (I get it, it's tedious and most clients won't see value in that and thus neglect it or simply won't pay for it), at least document how to get a project setup and running
If by the end of my life I was able to help at least someone, then I'll have succeeded.
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