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What did you learn today?

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  • 4
    Nothing
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    How to add a port forward in a firewall to route IP traffic from nonexistant address A to nonexistant address B.
  • 1
    Also downloading F5 vme now to try the beast out
  • 2
    I learned that I shouldn't answer to "what did you learn today?" questions because I didn't learn anything today.
  • 8
    That I’m stupid AF
  • 1
    How to link my TLD with my Dynamic IP for my Homeserver
  • 1
    How to write impact analysis
  • 0
    @iKameo what Top Level Domain did you pay for?
  • 2
    Jack shit
  • 4
    No actually I learned that when you install flatout 2 on windows 10 it's protection enforcement software will cause your computer to not start again and be unable to repair itself so you gotta go into recovery mode and disable driver enforcement option
  • 1
    Then you gotta download a nocd crack because the protection enforcement software don't run on any compatibility options
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    Jam agent framework.
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    @jespersh *.xyz at Namesilo, or what do you mean?
  • 3
    Interfaces in java... not really.
    Our teacher was like "Today, I'm gonna teach y'all interfaces."
    30 minutes in... *paraphrasing* "actually, you know what? I'm gonna give you an interface and you will make it usable. Internet is there for a reason"

    That is what happens at our school with almost every teacher everyday.
  • 5
    That there’s a strong likelihood that the chocolate filling in a Ferrero Rocher is actually Nutella.
  • 2
    That I should rather keep my mouth shut when I'm tired (I say very stupid stuff then)
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    How to publish a .net core API to a docker swarm using portainer and azure container registry, how to enhance the quality of low quality wmts tiles when downloading tiles into an mbtiles file, that there is a thing called postgraphile which will automatically create a graphql API based on an existing PostgreSQL DB and that bindable properties in C# need to be exactly named after theproperty which they bind to + postfix Property. That entity framework is fine with using a non nullable primitive int as id - which is set to 0 by default - because it starts counting at 1 for persisted datasets. And that docker on Windows doesn't like network drives. No kidding, it's been like this for weeks now - our tech lead is quitting, no replacement in sight and next week is his last one...
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    That I still struggle with speech impediment sometimes and it might be related to sleep deprivation.
  • 0
    Better debugging techniques for Selenium IDE.
  • 4
    That masturbation isn't enough for anxiety anymore so I went for a walk.
  • 1
    Nothing but reminders of misery.
  • 6
    What did I learn today?

    I learned that people are idiots, but I already knew that.

    I learned that it's extremely difficult to get people to pay their debts, but I already knew that. (Ex-boss contractually owes me $5k and has been avoiding paying it for two months.)

    I learned that both recruiters and HR lie, but I already knew that.

    I learned there are still companies stuck in the 1920s, boasting three (3) personal days off a year. Ididn't expect that.

    I learned "Solidity" is a language for smart contracts.

    I learned there's a redstone/piston bug in Minecraft 1.13.2 where the redstone pops off when the piston turns off.

    I learned that the screen oh my phone is breaking apart -- as in the screen under the touchscreen and glass layers.

    I learned that the android Tutanota app doesn't always give me notifications on my phone. That's annoying.

    I learned that if you leave people to their own devices, they don't do a freaking thing, even when you've made plans with them and reminded them several times. I learned that people are extremely unreliable, but I already knew that.

    I learned that my 3.4yo can actually build simple things in minecraft entirely by himself. I'm so proud.

    I learned that green chile and avocado go very well together. (Though green chile and mayo is a bit better ~)
  • 4
    TIL that arterial pressure over 140 (systolic) is not good and that I must see a medic ASAP. :-(
  • 2
    @Root Wow! That's a very complete list!
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    @marodok You should really take care of your health. Sometimes high arterial pressure is caused by stress. But if you're not fortunate, it can be actually hypertension (caused by eating much sodium most of the times).

    I hope you get better!
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    @iamavalos thank you, stress is a possible cause, this year has been chaotic (Damm, it's February!).

    Now I must see a medic, but today I felt weird, that is why I realized, because the weird feeling, the little arm discomfort and a little and constant headache.
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    @Brolls It pretty much is...
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