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Valentin C.
Web, Open source, and Kittens.
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Valentin C. Jun 13
entre pluie et soleil,
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Valentin C. Jun 13
Il y a des poules dans csgo ? ^^
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Valentin C. Jun 12
Replying to @jaffathecake
I'd gladly ❤️ this, but in fact it's just making me sad :-(
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Valentin C. Jun 11
Replying to @GuLhe_le_GuJ
Then you'll have to switch between both... not perfect but it would work. Downside: it requires an internet connexion. Upside: you'll be able to start & test your app remotely
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Valentin C. Jun 11
Replying to @GuLhe_le_GuJ
I don't get your idea ^^ (or it might be hellish :p) What I'd do : - install your dev environment on some SSH server (raspberrypi ?) + on your phone - find some code editor on android with any kind of remote access (like (s)FTP, or directly git)
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Valentin C. Jun 11
Replying to @GuLhe_le_GuJ
Yet there is some terminal emulators for Andoird, but there's nothing great (due to Andoird not being a full Linux), without rooting & reinstalling a lot of things. Or you'll need a "all in one" app, with a fake CLI
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Valentin C. Jun 11
Replying to @GuLhe_le_GuJ
Hard core ;-) If you're into this, you could start an SSH session with vim ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
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Valentin C. Jun 7
Replying to @iamtzi @AmoVallier
Je pense qu'on peut dire que c'est une journée normale pour lui 😁
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Valentin C. Jun 4
Replying to @gsautereau @Metal3d
C'est dépassé ça ! Il faut penser en mode startup 😅
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Valentin C. Jun 4
Replying to @piouPiouM @dom18fr
T'es blonde maintenant ? ^^
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Valentin C. May 31
Replying to @tut_tuuut
À un épisode de Doctor Who 😉
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Valentin C. May 31
Replying to @dotpeach_ @Achorawl
Et d'ailleurs au cas où (sans avis particulier, mais bon à savoir)
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Valentin C. May 31
Replying to @dotpeach_ @Achorawl
C'est le niveau du dessus mais je valide le Nokia 8
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Amplitude Studios May 31
New Major Faction vote is up! It's time to choose its future name based on community favorites! Vote now ➡️
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Valentin C. May 27
Replying to @iamtzi
Ce qui permet de découvrir que les "eco recharges" doivent parfois partir à la poubelle plutôt qu'au tri -_-
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Valentin C. May 24
Replying to @jaffathecake
Yeah either way it's not great... people just need to be careful with this, and separate statements ;-) You're welcome! Since I enjoyed your previous quiz and posts, I've assumed you'd like this.
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Valentin C. May 24
Replying to @jaffathecake
It could have allowed another syntax for Promise.all : `[await 1, await 2]` would execute like `await Promise.all([await 1, await 2])` (before evaluating the rest of the statement)
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Valentin C. May 24
Replying to @jaffathecake
Nice video ! (wow now my name is on youtube 😂) Don't you think it would have been better if await was implemented in a way that doesn't interrupt statement evaluation ? If JS engines awaited Promise resolution before starting the evaluation ? (maybe now it's too late...)
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Jake Archibald May 24
Replying to @jaffathecake
The answer is 🥁🥁🥁🥁🥁… 1 then 2! x never equals 3. Here's a 5min explanation of what's going on, and where you might encounter this gotcha in the real world:
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Jake Archibald May 23
Replying to @jaffathecake
⬇️
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