Current state: "Meu amigo Charlie Brown" 🥳 (at least for a brief moment)

Stuck on implementing a behavior change with angular 1.x md-autocomplete and feeling there is no way I can reliably achieve it 😵

First night in days (weeks?) I slept more than 5hour 🥳

👇 This!

RT @benjaoming@twitter.com

Maybe this perceived abundance of memory makes Linux software developers not care to package and distribute their apps anymore. They go the Windows way and make everything look like it's an HP printer driver.

🐦🔗: twitter.com/benjaoming/status/

🤣
So true

RT @LittleBigData_@twitter.com

Figure 💯 – Taux d'attractivité des zones de l'appartement du point de vue du bébé

🐦🔗: twitter.com/LittleBigData_/sta

Hey @PayPal4Business@twitter.com you've always been quite bad, but you managed to become a pile of crapwares smashed together into a unusable mess

🤯 world colliding epic thread

RT @KansasGrant@twitter.com

Here's another thing that adds to the strange and wonderful: I'm currently reviewing some software that's written in the Python programming language. And, yes: it's named after @EricIdle@twitter.com and his circus pals by its creator, the legendary @gvanrossum@twitter.com.

🐦🔗: twitter.com/KansasGrant/status

I haven’t worked that much with , but I can totally relate with this frustration: it always looked to me like its structure has been thought for architectures people don’t really implement, resulting in a lot of bloated applications for little to no gain

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RT @gagliardi_vale@twitter.com

How to get data from a REST API in React/Vue:
- just call fetch() pal!

How to get data from a REST API in Angular:
- First off, create an Angular service
- declare the dependency in the constructor's component
- subscribe to the Observable, then ...
- hey? Are you still there?

🐦🔗: twitter.com/gagliardi_vale/sta

Another day in AWS billing: discovering a forgotten ElasticSearch instance running in a corner since god knows when 🤷‍♂️

Putting into operations have provide simpler than expected, even though coming up with kind of "scenario" feature has proved a bit tricky

I really like , but I don't get why they have not borrowed the "ancestors" API from
I think it's been a missed chance to improve a great library and it really make me stick to unipath for some use cases, where pathlib would make the code really ugly

@isobel I wish I have a garage corner to borrow 😅
I manage to keep toddler from vomiting on any appliance, for now
But I can definitely relate to the threat model for your laptop 👍
(nice thing of leasing laptops, it's that it comes with full insurance, so I am less scared of such incidents )

9.30pm
Me: Hey, let's sleep early to have an early start, ok?
Brain: Aye aye, sir!
12.30 am
Brain: du du du 🎶da da da 🎸
Me: that's not what I meant!
Brain: du du du 🎶da da da 🎸
Me:
Brain: 🤷‍♂️

Puzzled at first (our clients are not used to swearing in tickets), only to realize they mistyped and they meant "The header disappears" (there is only one letter between the italian verbs) 2/2

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@isobel Yes, different use cases, I guess. I had to scrap my home server due to the tiny toddler fingers being able to reach it and shut it down and little space at home.
Plus, when this all covid mess will be over I'll start being a bit on the move again, so I have to keep my daily workload on the laptop.
Last but not least: I am addicted to PyCharm. It costs money in terms of laptops muscles, but it saves me so much time that I could not make with it 🤓

We had a good laugh yesterday at the office: we got a ticket from a client starting with (in Italian) "Fuck the header ..." 1/2

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