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People who write loops like ..
Instead of something like ..
Are the kind of people who like pineapples on their pizza 🙂4
So I recently started messing around with neoVim a bit. Doing so of course led me to sympathizing with general vim users and the difficulties they've had learning to use the program. My own struggles have ranged from saving remapped keys to quickly navigating windows and tabs. I had never actually used vim before however and one of the more common jokes concerning the subject was leading me to believe that it presented a different interface than the one I was working with in neoVim.
A recent venture into virtual box and slackware has proved this view to be false however. Neither program included neovim in the default install package and so not having access to it, curiosity eventually got the better of me. I soon found myself entering the word vim in the command line. In doing so I was brought to an interface I've lately become much accustomed too. Not only that but the highlighted picture below is the message that appears on the opening screen...
Considering I can barely ever remember how to clear my terminal screen, not to mention how to scroll up and down through it without the use of a mouse, I don't believe I get the joke about exiting vim anymore.3
Many people told me that all my face expressions look pretty the same. Whatever my mood (angry, happy, surprised) there is no much difference that appears in my face.
Well I didn't believe them until I tested a "Facial Emotion" program written on Python, and it gives me ~almost~ all the time that my facial expression is: Neutral.
Well, I think the algorithm is not well implemented 😐4
Huge developer convention with 4 speakers today.
A government innovation team,
I'm freaking out.
Wish me luck, I need it...1
A half answer on SO gives me a pointer to a possible solution. Using that pointer, I actually find an answer and it's quite involved. So to help others with the same question, I edit the answer to complete it with the additional steps. No edits to the answer involved, just a few additional steps.
😡 The answer author comments that they appreciate the info, but they reject my edit so their answer isn't changed!
What a douchebag.
Completed the coding for my story .One week later just a day before the demo,I am being told that the requirement has changed.Need to do from scratch and I have demo for it the next day ... 😶1
After a week of working days of testing and development, the new feature finally finished. But my boss wasn't satisfied with the flow so he sent a revision.
After finished with revision, he still not satisfied with it and then sent another revision. This happened 3 times in a week after completing task before any revision and this week comes the fourth with some vague businesses flow. I feel like I don't have value anymore in this company.1
Why is everyone into big data? I like mostly all kind of technology (programming, Linux, security...) But I can't get myself to like big data /ML /AI. I get that it's usefulness is abundant, but how is it fascinating?4
I've kinda concluded now that reaching games like Dirt 4, Project Cars seem to be unplayable with PC keyboards not matter how I configure since it's basically KeyDown/Up.
I'm sorta on the bench regarding getting a gaming controller though. Not sure which to get and how to hook it up, need like a USB convertor?
And just wondering how much of a difference will it make. Perhaps I just suck at real time since games...3
Been lurking for a while, figured I would give a rant a go now that I have graduated college!
So here we go, this was the only technical question asked on my second co-op interview. Ended up getting it.
Interviewer: "Do you know any loops?"
Interviewer: "Which ones, can you name them?"4
"A drawing should have no unnecessary lines and a machine no unnecessary parts." - William Strunk Jr.1