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@rem
I'm just smart enough to realise I'm not smart enough.
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@rem 38m
Right twitter, important question coming at ya': do you know where the remote control is? Thanks in advance…
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@rem 2h
I love reading the term "Built by developers for developers" on web sites. Because, if the thing wasn't built by developers it would probably knock my confidence in the service. Image: "Built by sales people for developers". Nope. "Built by pigeons for developers". Also nope.
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@rem 3h
I've been trying to finish a blog post about unpacking byte data using JavaScript. So far it's had 4 completely new revisions and the damn thing won't stop spiraling out of control. The subject really isn't that interesting, but damn, I wish I could finish a blog post these days.
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@rem 3h
Replying to @hj_chen
It was, in my year end newsletter and when I read it back in July(?). Glad you enjoyed it! :)
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@rem 6h
Replying to @thebeebs
I remember the talk, but because you flashed us with your intriguing pyjamas it's *all* I remember from the talk.
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@rem 17h
Replying to @LZAntal
Honestly, I only want to use import in node (as I do in browser js) without build tools or config (I'll be okay with ts-node instead of node), and for the detailed type hints from 3rd parties. Not currently interested in changing my JS code (hence "not whole hog")
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@rem 22h
Replying to @Odaeus
Right-o, this could actually fall into the "random" category, and in fact be a temporary glitch. pointed out to me that the table isn't vies support, but just whether county _has_ an online db (which I can see is right by testing other countries). As you were folks.
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@rem 23h
Replying to @janl
I've seen similar errors (against the vies lookup) that were temporary, but that link above states that the UK is not a supported database (anymore…).
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@rem 23h
Huh. This is interesting. The Vies online VAT lookup service, an EU service—used by sites to validate VAT IDs are registered—no longer supports United Kingdom (see "Online systems to check for VAT registration"). Sign of brexit, or something random…?
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@rem Jan 21
Replying to @rem
…because I get the sense that I can use ts-code to lint my ES6 code without actually needing to use types. Akin to making a slow progress towards SCSS from CSS, i.e. writing CSS and running with SCSS works just fine.
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@rem Jan 21
Looking at learning typescript (yes, I know…the boat left ages ago and current rafts are rather overcrowded, but you'll forgive me). Can anyone recommend an videos for the minimum I need to get started? I do not, repeat DO NOT want to go whole hog TS, just dipping my pinky in.
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@rem Jan 19
Replying to @shellscape
I guess I meant to add: embedded in the binary data ala mp3's ID3 embedded data.
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@rem Jan 19
trying to work out if _redirects support adding headers *on return*. i.e. _redirect: /* 200! — _headers: /* Content-Type: text/plain —doesn't seem to work…
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@rem Jan 19
Replying to @martiell
Yep, that sort of thing
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@rem Jan 19
Are there any other file specifications that include rich metadata like mp3's ID3 spec? Looking for suggestions.
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@rem Jan 18
TIL: apparently I can't clean my teeth, whilst stretching and whilst (trying) to solve a Rubik's cube with one hand. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
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@rem Jan 18
Replying to @sarah_edo
It's not obvious at all in the UI, but you can link directly to single methods too, like
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@rem Jan 18
Brighton 4G seems to have vanished. Been missing for about an hour. Multiple points around BN1
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@rem Jan 18
Shit. Just read the word "retro" to refer to 1997. I think my bones creaked.
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@rem Jan 18
Replying to @jawache
Stratford. A big slide thing. Arcelormittal Orbit (yeah, that first thing isn't really a word!)
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