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Nikita
Chief Burnout Officer. Fira Code, AnyBar, DataScript, Rum, . Currently focused on open-source with your support
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Jeff Terrell, Ph.D. 7h
This is true. I just yesterday picked up a third-party library that hasn’t seen a commit in over 4 years, and it worked flawlessly. (It targeted Clojure 1.4.0, which was released in April, 2012.) If you tire of the froth, there is a viable alternative.
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Kaspars Dancis 6h
We are doing a 4 day work week this summer at Whimsical. It may seem crazy for a 2 year old startup to do that. Here's why I don't think it's crazy at all. /1
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Fira Code 7h
Apparently newest Scala compiler (2.13.0) suggests
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Cliff Pickover 16h
Mathematics, geometry, witchcraft, and the structure of reality. (A plug gets caught under a table.)
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Stefan Tilkov 10h
“Facebook is launching a subsidiary company also called Calibra that handles its crypto dealings and protects users’ privacy by never mingling your Libra payments with your Facebook data so it can’t be used for ad targeting.” HA HAHAHAHAHA HA HA HA HA HA
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Nikita 11h
Replying to @Zmoki
ниче нигде не копится, вот начал недавно траты записывать, узнал сколько уходит в месяц
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Nikita 19h
Replying to @filhodejaneiro
Ctrl+Shift+Down is default Sublime’s for add new cursor below. Caps + K is how I press down :)
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Nikita 19h
Replying to @maxbarnash
yes, probably
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Nikita Jun 17
For some absolutely random reason I can’t press Caps + Shift + Ctrl + K on my microsoft keyboard. Some other letters work. Some don’t. Other keyboards work. No idea how to approach. Gosh I hate computers
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Lars Hupel Jun 17
1) Start watching a movie on Netflix while on the train in Switzerland. 2) Train crosses border. 3) Movie is not available in Germany. 4) Arrive without knowing the end ☹
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David R. MacIver Jun 17
Every time someone uses reversing a list twice to demonstrate property-based testing, I take a drink. No, this isn't a drinking game, I'm just being driven to drink by bad examples.
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pixelatedboat aka “mr tweets” Jun 16
It’s messed up that Keanu Reeves played John Wick, John Constantine, Johnny Utah, Johnny Mnemonic, and Jonathan Harker but John Matrix was played by Schwarzenneger
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Arvid Gerstmann Jun 17
The most hilarious part about all of this.
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Лайкнул → Зафоловь Jun 16
Стикер, который мы заслужили.
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Ramsey Nasser Jun 16
the api design philosophy of "what looks coolest in fira code"
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Joe Groff Jun 15
When working on source files with wide-ranging scopes, I wish source editors could pin the declaration lines to the top of the window like section headers, something like this
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Nikita Jun 16
Replying to @1_uc1ph3r
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Nikita Jun 16
поставлю себе на футболку
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айса [aysa] Jun 14
Русские студенты глазами иностранной профессуры или последствия российского школьного образования источник: то, что мне бросилось в глаза: ТРЕД
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Malte Ubl Jun 15
Yesterday I overheard "Easy-to-replace systems tend to get replaced with hard-to-replace systems." and now I can't stop thinking about whether this is just a restatement of the second law of thermodynamics in terms of systems design.
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