RT @CodeWisdom@twitter.com: "Every great developer you know got there by solving problems they were unqualified to solve until they actually did it." - Patrick McKenzie
RT @firstname.lastname@example.org: Off by one error. https://twitter.com/abstractionscon/status/988568678961696769
RT @email@example.com: RT if you've stored data on one of these
RT @firstname.lastname@example.org: There’s less economic reason to tip a waiter than there is to support open source. So why do people do one, but not the other?
Just duckduckgoed for "awesomewm keybindings" and dayum…
This sort of shit is what makes ddg the best search engine for me.
If you put your illegal files into a folder labeled "NSFW", the police won't be able to access them, because the officers are at work while doing that
checkmate police state
It's easy to look at Wikipedia's success and then scoff at the donation requests made to the general public but we must remember that they have to support that success with servers, employees, and bandwidth.
Without ads, without selling your personal data, without any breach of their own terms of service, and then continue to innovate.
Consider making a donation
This is dated but hilarious. Thanks @email@example.com. @firstname.lastname@example.org, you might enjoy? https://www.prettygrouse.com/2015/12/13/the-force-stays-asleep/
There's a strong metaphor here
Legacy mobile technology stack
RT @email@example.com: I can only write Django apps while closely consulting the documentation, _much of which I wrote!_
Consulting docs/google/etc isn't a failure; it's literally what professional software development actually looks like. https://twitter.com/simonw/status/988515320041160704
Intelligence is knowing that Frankenstein was the doctor, not the monster.
Wisdom is knowing that Frankenstein /was/ the monster.
Charisma is being able to sell Frankenstein as a fruit salad.
I think there's a major hold in the market these days, and it'd be a great biz opportunity for some keen, principled, tech-savvy entrepreneurs: https://davelane.nz/wanted-someone-meet-massive-latent-market-demand
Oh reddit. "During the Cold War, Finland secretly smuggled more than ten thousand vowels from Czechoslovakia. That's why the Finnish have sentences like 'Älä rääkkää kääkkää kääkänrääkkääjä!' and the Czechs have 'Strč prst skrz krk.'"
RT @TacoPhox@twitter.com: Firefox and Firefox Nightly