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Check your jounaling
"..." so clear
I guess the guy spent everything in one single post
Looks like my blog but better! I have like 5 posts with 2 lines each kkkk
Sorry for the long rant.
On a regular 40 hours week, generally I get between 45 to 60 hours.
Actual Coding time, generally ranges from 0 to 1h during the 8h at office plus 2, 3 h straight at night.
All the rest is diluted between meetings, phone calls, MR reviews
A good day of remote work can go up to 7h coding
Some months do not have weekends
Do you have a link?
That would be a fun read (knowing it's fiction)
@wolfmaster8 must fully agree on your comments.
Specially the English part!
After a year or so, we still have an office joke called "buggy"
BTW I'm Portuguese, the language is supposed to be the same.. But not.
Portuguese language from brasil (and culture) has many has many foreign influences
Had experience with 4 people from Brasil in my company, being two of them seniors and totally autonomous, 2 others where aprendices.
Personally had a bad experience, not due to bad work but due to bad capacity to integrate the team or by being a lite cunt... (bad management as well!)
Would try again if recruiting was handled by team seniors...
Give it a chance if that's the case, like in any country there are good and bad professionals and they fit or they don't
@cb219 I've already read it on pdf during summer break, but I like to use paper and wanted do re read it and why not show off to coworkers 😁
@rickh I believe so. There's good approaches on it
Different point of view maybe
There's also the talks that oncle Bob does, available online talking about the book. Probably Easter to pick up than reading
I guess, or you love it or you hate it.
I love it, not necessarily agreeing with all of it.
@arekxv did not find the bundle at a decent price
Will buy it next time, although already have both in digital format
Implementing rancher at the moment at work (actually a couple of instances)
It's a new set of tools to learn for the ops team, and and when using it it should be done via the UI only
Messing via CLI can have unwanted behaviours...
Using kubernetes via rancher increases the qty of problematic layers
Currently we implement environments over rancher engine or native kubernetes not kubernetes over rancher
BTW, which rancher version are you using 2.x?
Had many issues with 2.x about 6 month ago, and decided to let it settle for a while and stick with 1.6 for now
After 1week to 1 month of running, rancher 2.x would start going crazy with java memory leaks 😱
Still looks better than having no brackets at all.
Warn the administration, if they don't take you serious sit back and watch the circus catching fire
Or lit the fire yourself and close the door behind your
Personally I hate windows.
Non the less, I've always defended the idea "develop on the platform your application is going to run on"
This is a bit off now with docker or vagrant, but still there is some captchas
check the lock file creation time and allow a time limit for the lock. Considering the maximum execution time of your process
If the lock time exceeds, recreate the lock start the process and notify someone
It might work for you. I use it all the time
Well... That sucks! (at the bare minimum)
PROTIP: Leave early :p
I do fuck nothing while wait to be interrupted until I actually start to do something I should have done 3 month ago and get interrupted...
Unfortunately this happens too many often... In my case I then have to find a way to run these people out! In a reasonable way.
But hey, you're leaving... Probably due to reasons related to that type of management and Hopefully for better, focus on the future
Have more than 500 Rpi working 24/7 providing WiFi gateway service and none heatsink.
Cards will die eventually, the Rpi doesn't.
You should be fine.
If using incognito... Why would you use it? Dealing drugs on stack overflow or something?
Use: CTRL + \
It will terminate
Download a different version of JRE, like an older version or open-jre and set the path for that in NetBeans config file
Some versions might not work very well, but if you but some time you should end up with a stable environment.
Used to have that problem on with Windows 15y ago. On some Linux had to do the same
Right now with an i7 and 16G of ram I really don't find any issue on having NetBeans up along with 2 vagrant boxes 2 or 3 dockers a couple instances of vscode and chrome with 40 tabs kkkk
Speaking from my usecase, I've found its hard to find a proper IDE that could beat NetBeans out of the box - even paid ones .
Micro meetings (like 10min) whenever necessary, and a more "complete" to check development or define milestone are important.
Weekly meetings or fixed schedule reveal somewhat useless/unproductive
Between 7 to 12 expresso a day here. No sugar
No much sleep (no matter cafeine qty lol)
Afff don't regret on that
That reminds me of stuff like this
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nope. legit enterprise emails
plus idiot end users