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What is wrong with syncing with, you know, rsync?
In Spain I've never had any major issues with Google maps or its queries.
I do agree though that having the indications come out a bit earlier before junctions would be great.
Also true about signposts, but I think that should be a given. I mean, I've seen people get lost because they blindly follow GPS while ignoring a giant signal in their fucking face saying "it's this way".
IMO if you fail that, that's on you 😂
Well, dunno where you live, but here, not only are USB outlets a common sight in big city metro stations, libraries, etc, but places like universities take printing orders from USBs (though admittedly they are moving towards e-mail).
Sticking a USB in such machines is akin to go to a swingers party without condoms...
I guess it does roll off the tongue better than decimeuccis 😂
Yes, exactly. New tag/release branch? Change version.
Pipeline is maintained by team lead and DevOps, as it should.
By the way, team lead should also be responsible for choosing the dependencies to use, not random devs.
I mean, apple fanboys already do whatever apple tells them to...
Do not forget though, that in the end, the only power an employee has is to decide to whom they sell their time, and companies are companies, not family and not friends. They don't deserve any non reciprocal loyalty.
Depends on your boss' history with proactive raises.
My old boss always gave me raises before I could ask for it. If that is your case, it might just be out of budget to match.
If it was always you asking for raises, do ask. You'll never know otherwise.
Once you know, there's still a decision to make, but with clearer data.
Maybe they won't match 100%, but can find a middle ground where you both are satisfied, since being in a workplace you like, with people you like is always a win, even at a salary downgrade, given that you make enough to cover your expenses.
The other job is a gamble in the end. It's not uncommon to find later that your job is not that in the description, or getting routine overtime, etc.
On the other hand, pulling the offer card usually means that if they match, it's likely your last raise ever. (In the end this depends on the level of trust you and your employer have)
I have wireless headphones, and am pretty happy with them because they allow me to go cook during meetings or whatever.
When sitting I still use them wired.
There is one... Useless for us, but definitely useful for suits...
How much more unneeded money are you lining my pockets with?
And that's why I refer you to my first comment.
Because if the company is EU based, not only is much easier for them to do bureaucracy. (There is freedom of work in the whole EU), but if you ever needed to actually go there, it's also a non-issue, because as long as you are employed, you just need your national id and you are set.
While Ctrl F5 disables browser cache, it won't remove cookies, local storage, etc.
I find that most of the time these issues happen they come from those.
Ended up adding a shortcut to nuke everything from low orbit.
I always understood it as Iterable being the interface/contract, as in, how to next(), and how to tell end.
Iterator is an implementation of Iterable. And it's the iterator who therefore gives guarantees. You could easily write an iterator that iterates in value order and not "memory" order, for example.
Not to mention all of this stuff belongs to the CI/CD pipeline, not on the devs' terminals :)
install, uninstall and run are usually the only things a dev ever needs.
Mere game economy and engagement.
Housing is one of the most sought after rewards in videogames.
Therefore, they promote competitiveness, and by virtue of being expensive, exclusivity, making others spend time in game to get theirs, and ensuring you also spent more time in game to get yours.
Haven't you been paid thousands of dollars by doing professional projects?
You know, I emancipated from my parents with barely 1000 euros in my account.
Sure, it was not to another country but a huge leap in cost of living nonetheless.
So, if you really are that convinced that it's exactly that limiting you, use that money and settle in, dunno, Croatia, Greece, Romania...
I only know Spanish law regarding this, and here it's 10 years living here for citizenship (and thus passport), but it's reduced to just 2 if you are from specific countries such as Portugal. I'm sure Serbia has similar arrangements with neighbouring countries.
Then you can have your EU passport and cruise on, right?
We combat helicopters just nuke the shit out of stupid 😁
Yes, the ergosphere plays a part in that, but it's not a necessary condition. A Schwarzchild black hole would produce the same effect, even without an ergosphere.
(Note that all "astrophysical" black holes, like the ones in the center of galaxies, are assumed to be Kerr (ie, rotating) black holes anyway.)
@iiii that's not because of the black hole spinning, that's because the photons emitted by the object get curved by the black hole, so you'd see them coming from... Unexpected directions.
Some misconceptions there.
An event horizon (or a black hole for that matter) does not accelerate matter past the speed of light. Close to, but never past. After all, if it could, things could actually escape the event horizon.
As you correctly pointed out just prior, nothing *with mass* (this part is important) can reach c, as it does take infinite energy.
Also, visually, a far away observer would see the object fade out of existence, as light becomes extremely redshifted (as @Lens flare said), and thus losing energy, up to it taking more than the age of the universe for a photon to be emitted, which means that theoretically you could still detect the object, but you don't.
Play whatever during downtime and earn for it.
Glad you made it work.
3D programming is made way harder by all graphic APIs, programs and whatnot not conforming to the same standard.
All in all, I'm sure you are now a better developer thanks to it, and that's what matters.
My kudos. *Tips hat*
"of course" 😂
Black holes defy our understanding.
Such extreme conditions *do* break our laws of physics.
Dimensions as we know them hold very little meaning in such situations.
I think I could train a model with AoK rants/comments and it could derail other rants just as effectively.
Mind you, if you are a total newbie to this stuff, let trainers/senseis guide you and heed them.
Feels good all the same, but we don't want you hurting yourself or others now, do we?
Good sparring, punching ball/sac.
Only a good orgasm is more satisfying than just letting the sheer anger out and hitting something.
Interfaces are not an exclusively OOP construct. They are a contract.
Which can be expressed in many ways, inheritance being just one of them.
Then again, kinda pr9ves my point that no one mentions invariants.
Classes, and objects, enforce invariants.
That's their benefit, that's what they provide.
You can define interfaces in C, but have no language support to *enforce* them.
Haha, thought we were non existent.
I hereby challenge you to a beat saber duel!