AboutBachelor in CompSci working for a big company, hoping to get enough experience to actually work with something relevant and related to his interests.
SkillsLanguages: Python, C/C++, C#, R. Other Stuff: Unity, VR, Machine Learning and a bit of Robotics.
LocationManaus, Amazonas - Brazil
Joined devRant on 8/1/2018
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iirc, every linter provides you with the capacity of disabling certain warnings. You can do that system-wide (on a file inside of linter's install folder), on your project (in a config file) or in-line.
It's just a matter of checking this linter's docs. :v
Kudos for the Witcher reference (and post quality :v )
Feel free to complain, then.
Just don't forget to take his and your position in consideration.
I've dealt with my quota of people like him and, usually, they mean good.
Just point to the right direction and he'll go.
That's good, indeed.
I miss my Arch days. Really liked how well tuned my machine was at the time.
@TheItalianGuy that is true. Well, I wish you luck and will be waiting for updates on your endeavor.
Are people making PCs out of burgers now?
I believe it depends on what your team is doing.
I've worked with people that did everything on other branches and then merged into development, where everything was tested before being sent to master.
And worked with people who worked using the development branch (all at the same time) for everything, then merging into master.
But yeah, can be a bit messy sometimes. You just have to sit with the team and understand in detail how things are done there.
Good luck with that, btw.
Are the leader of team? Or a member?
If the first, it's your job to teach the junior the ropes. Your job to set exactly the do's and dont's of the job.
If you're not, I'm sorry, but by just complaining you're achieving nothing. Try to be a team player and learn to discuss things. And if it's nothing that can be discussed, be open about it to junior. After all, if he was supposed to know the ropes by now, he shouldn't be a junior anymore.
But hey, rant all you want. We're listening (reading? You get the point).
Either that or he just want to make full usage of your underpaid work that, for obvious reasons, should be given to someone with way more experience.
Let's hope it's the first, tho (even tho my years in the market make me believe it's the second. Sorry)
@PrivateGER indeed. It's a whole different paradigm after all.does wonders once you master it, tho.
Mathematically speaking, functional is godlike.
@C0D4 if I told you I need a system that did X, Y and Z (that can be fully made with the language), would you be able to? Doesn't need to be the best code out there, I just need it to work.
I believe that's a start. At least, that's how I try to convince myself that I've learnt something new. :v
@PrivateGER Erlang is actually pretty easy if you had no contact with other languages.
I had to learn it during my first semester on college and boy, that was a blast.
Never had any contact with programming before, so Functional was pretty much math for me. Which was good.
That said, after years working with C++ and Python, my knowledge went a bit rusty. I've been trying to learn some (went through Clojure, Elixir, Scala and F#) but to no avail.
@sleek I've fought the good fight for a year. Then, for some reason, grew tired of it. Guess VR wasn't for me in the end.
However, I decided to follow a path that I had to stray from years ago and, somehow, it payed of.
Well, not entirely. Not yet, at least. But life has been more generous since then.
Used to be focused on Machine Learning during college. And had a deep interest in Data Science. So, at some point, I thought: why not?
Added some knowledge on Supply Chain Management et voila: life is good again.
I'm still not working on the field, as I believe I'm still a bit wet behind the ears, but at least I'm able to put some of it into practice on my current job.
If everything goes right, at the end of 2020 I might be able to join another company and work with that... Or I can join the 5G research team of my own company, which overlaps in almost everything I'm focusing right now.
Things are moving forward, somehow.
But what about you?
Let me add something for you to think:
At least you didn't have to try your original algorithm of only crossing the street in green light. It worked.
Back in my city, if I followed your algorithm I would be dead by now.
Had to add some listeners because cars doesn't give a f*ck for red lights here. So even if the lights are green, there's still a chance to die. :v
It depends a lot on the students and the professor.
I remember I had a Databases class back at University of Alberta where the classes were just painful.
It got to the point where I decided to stay in the dorms and study for myself (after explaining the situation to the professor, of course).
Same stuff happened back in Brazil.
But here we have a tolerance. You just need to be present in 75% of the classes. So people just take a day or two off some times.
Feir enough, I guess.
Help is on the way
Will arrive in a firmware update. :v
Praise the Omnissiah, sacred father of the forge of man.
I, for one, welcome our new robo-overlords.
@electrineer hey, the app received her name, with the blessing of my boss. :)
@linuxxx thanks man.
Brighter days will come, eventually.
I feel you. Entirely.
I'm mean, it's actually part of my daily struggle.
Currently I'm learning the way of the VR development in hopes of getting a job in one the game studio here in my city.
But boy, it's hard to work all day and them getting home and work more.
But it will pay with time, so soldier on, friend.
Me and you will both get there, eventually.
Thanks for the words, guys. It really means a lot to me.
It's always good to know that, even though it might sound weird to any other person, I can find a helping hand here. A lot of them, actually.
I think I will never be able to transcribe to words how grateful I am for getting to know this place and you guys.
@DuckDuckWent thanks for the heads up. I really appreciate.
@ScriptCoded Thanks for the words. It really means a lot.
And Happy Birthday, my friend. Don't let what happened to me take the joys of this day to you.
@TheItalianGuy thanks a lot, man. Stuff is getting less rough now. I mean, the shock has passed at least.
@cursee well, the tears are back, but thanks anyway.
It brings a bit of joy to my broken heart.
@2erXre5 thanks, man. Things are hard, right now. But I'll keep going.