Army recruitment tweet backfires as people respond on how army service has impacted their lives
Now that we can prove our identity on Mastodon via Keybase, wouldn't it be nice if I could move my entire social graph (content & relationships) to another fediverse account that I can prove my identity for?
That would truly give me the freedom over my account and make me independent from the instance I initially signed up with.
OK, after having figured out how to find a sequence of bytes inside another sequence of bytes (ended up writing it by hand), I now progressed to having my async server in #java parse an entire HTTP request, along with the body, if present.
Not bad, but I still have a long way ahead. Now, onto request handling!
Spent ~30 "quality" minutes trying to figure out how to find a sequence of bytes in another sequence of bytes… in #Java.
- "just copy-paste this Knuth-Morris-Pratt implementation" (you're kidding me?)
- "just convert to String and use .indexOf" (ever seen non-ascii bytes?)
- "just use Google Guava" (whatever that is)
Turns out, there is a way… But first I have to think of my ByteBuffer as of byte array, then that as of List, and *then* I have Collections.indexOfSubList.
I know this is going to be popular here. Graham Norton asking Kylie Minogue questions and then him and other men around aren't letting her finish answering a single one of them.
After years of hard work, WebRender begins shipping in Firefox stable 🎉 https://mozillagfx.wordpress.com/2019/05/21/graphics-team-ships-webrender-mvp/
Solution for a solution for a problem that doesn't exist https://gizmodo.com/lutron-teamed-up-with-philips-to-solve-one-of-the-most-1834891146
I mean, how totally devoid of meaning your life has to be for you to care about such things?
Russian dance. (No reason at all, just wanted to share!)
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- top secret security clearance
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