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Peter Griess Oct 11
That is really having skin in the game !
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John Carmack Oct 11
Replying to @pgriess @austinlparker
Yeah, that beats my "gdb session with the rocket sitting on the launch pad" story.
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Juan Sotuyo Oct 11
Replying to @austinlparker
where is this from? I'd love to read the full text
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eugene debsops Oct 11
Replying to @jsotuyod
It's from 'Project to Product' by Mik Kersten. Looks like the full text is on Google Books.
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Dan McQuiston - #BlackLivesMatter Oct 11
Replying to @austinlparker
Jesus, no pressure!
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Scott Oct 11
Meh, they had to tune a PID somewhere. To be expected really.
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Willi Rath Oct 11
That's the modern version of "ferry operators aren't supposed to be able to swim".
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Thomas Depierre Oct 11
Replying to @austinlparker @TBSkyen
Yes. I do. Thanks erlang/elixir ;)
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Tapper Snett Oct 11
Replying to @austinlparker @Renegal
Aerospace engineering would be very different if you could test aircraft in a development atmosphere before moving to the real atmosphere with real humans.
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Tony on the Tweetbox Oct 11
Nah. They'd have dev set up to have way more lift. Test wouldn't have rain, and stage wouldn't have wind.
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