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Baptiste Dupuch
Hi-tech enthousiast, finance lover. Entrepreneur
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Baptiste Dupuch 18h
Fixing software ?! Truly an awesome talk.
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Laurent Alexandre May 20
Cela s'appelle surtout de la fraude fiscale ! Si tout le monde fait du troc, qui va financer la Sécurité Sociale ? Cela semble humaniste et sympa mais en réalité c'est mortifère pour la protection sociale : le troc ne supporte aucun impôt.
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Airbus 22h
Today marks an epic occasion as we celebrate our 12,000th aircraft ever delivered – an - to who is the 1st U.S airline to operate the aircraft, w/ a firm order for 90 A220. What better way to celebrate than with the newest member of our family
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Shirley Almosni Chiche Apr 15
« Des cuisines du monde entier préparées avec amour par nos mamas » 😍😍😍
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Robert MacLean May 13
Big shout out to the academics out there currently writing up their monographs
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Baptiste Dupuch May 12
Replying to @ra
If you consider Lua’s reach it’s a good investment. Being close to the host has is advantages like you said but with some barriers like tooling and community for example. It’s funny how reach drives our choices and investments
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Baptiste Dupuch May 12
Replying to @ra
I love how close it is to Lua though, keeping it small and simple. But yes, no immutable data structure AFAIK
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Baptiste Dupuch May 12
Replying to @ra
What a great way to try Fennel then ;-)
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Baptiste Dupuch May 12
Replying to @ra
Nice :-)!
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Baptiste Dupuch May 12
Replying to @ra
Can you share what `pattern->lua ˋ generates ?
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@technomancy@icosahedron.website May 8
made a blog post about the game and I made for the last lisp game jam which won first place! it's written in Fennel using TIC-80 and you should play it. it runs in the browser and doesn't take long.
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Christophe Grand May 1
Have you ever wanted to use clojure.core/reductions only to realize that you end up with ugly code? Maybe what you need is `carry` see for context and definition.
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Baptiste Dupuch Apr 30
Replying to @ra
Screen size by priority ;-)?
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Bozhidar Batsov Apr 28
I "love" how this simple announcement generated mostly negativity in the comments Well, no surprises here, really. That's why I really struggle to work on style-related projects at this point. They are just a bottomless pit of toxicity.
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Rich Hickey Apr 26
Save the date for this year's Clojure/conj!
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Baptiste Dupuch Apr 24
Replying to @ra
There must be a better way, but I am way too selfish today to dig into this problem 😂
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Baptiste Dupuch Apr 24
Replying to @ra
I also think it’s way too complicated, and if you look closely, it’s often young programmers who are dealing with CSS/HTML (at least in Paris) whereas CSS spec is probably a few 1000s pages to digest
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James Davidson Apr 23
David Miller runs a uni dept by day and hacks by night! What a champ
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Jérémie Grodziski Apr 23
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your supreme, dj franzia Apr 20
apple's co-founder said the garage story is a "myth" bezos is a princeton grad/got a $300k investment from his parents for amazon google founders were stanford grads who had millions in venture capital before the garage dont yall get tired of promoting boot strap ideology?
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