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This is especially important when creators you care about are trying to get the word out about their work. It is unbelievably disheartening to send out something important (like a Kickstarter link) and see everybody like it but nobody boost it.
REMEMBER TO BOOST THINGS
Things that are fun: adding every possible combination of arguments to your constructor. Oh, wait. Yet this is what the PR reviewer is suggesting...
I was excited for D&D night tonight, but there weren't enough DMs to be able to host enough tables. 😥 Gotta get a group together for a full campaign, don't want that to happen again
Ah yes. A pull request where the reviewers totally miss several details about their own codebase that renders their concerns not really relevant...
Sister: "Beyonce is always the queen"
Me: "I didn't vote for her."
ActivityPub powered music?
Help is out there. Ask for it if you need it.
New solution involves wrapping up the initialization in a new object...
That moment when "I wonder if this will make the code cleaner" becomes "I'm passing half a dozen arguments to everything, this is hideous". Whoops.
Pro tip: if your code review comment involves "what if our special custom definition of NULL changes to be something other than 0?", then I have NULL respect for you as an engineer.
Two sisters relaxing after a long day of play
I've been considering getting into livestreaming playing games... but I think I need to talk more when I play.
When your co-op friends keep hitting up and going through the god damn door
I'm having a really rough time at work, partially because I need positive feedback once in a while and all that happens is I get criticised for mistakes and things that aren't even connected to what I did.
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