it's so cold in my office that i'm thinking about working from home the rest of the day. why do people do this? it's 90 outside, and like 60 in here.
jinsoul, fish, blue
How am I still hungover from Saturday night? I didn't know that was possible.
Days, ranked by how reluctant I am to get out of bed, most to least:
The next day,
The day before yesterday,
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remember soundscript? yeah, neither do i.
i'm watching brendan eich's talk at curry on from two years ago, and wow, what a throwback. he just said the word "frameset." i haven't heard that in ages.
EVERYONE WHO DOES WORK TO MAKE MASTODON BETTER:
@bug yeah. like, why should it matter if somewhere in some function, there's a bit of mutation going on? so long as, from the outside, it doesn't feel that way? this is probably more of a thing with functions that iterate and stuff than with others, but still. i don't see why it should be a big deal if there's a local mutable variable in that function, so long as it's not mutating args in some dangerous way or whatever.
TIL typescript also has type queries (`let foo: typeof bar`), which is nice. I knew flow could do this, didn't know TS had it
#flowtype users, if someone can help i'd be v grateful. i can't figure out the syntax for... i guess parametric polymorphism with a union? that is, i have a thing that can take an array, object, map, or set, and will always return a thing of the type it was called with. i know how to say "foo returns the same T it took," and i know how to say "foo takes one of these, and returns one of these"
i'll go back to being productive now. i hope i've managed to annoy at least one linkedin brah and/or one growth hacker today.