AboutComputer Science Student and tinkerer
SkillsI do some weird shit with web development and embedded software. Like emulating processors, iot randomness with lora and I rgb led everything.
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Just finished what I consider a "good enough" version of a .gitignore generator in Rust (yeah yeah another one I know).
What a great feeling, even though struggled a lot and I'm completely frustrated that I implemented some things wrong. I have a working version (let's say alpha version) that actually works.
Unfortunately I discovered that there are better ways to implement my "match" expressions (when I was already done...typical shit) and String vs str is still a difficult concept to implement, BUT it is a great experience to finally have something open source that I can say that I made!
I honestly think everyone should have such a side project! I Should've done this earlier! 😑
If you're interested check it out on https://github.com/Ryhazerus/gg.git
Working with nightly builds and concept tech is such a fucking hassle...
I'm currently working on a WebAssembly proof of concept where I need to generate a unique id, but since threading is currently not supported (rust and webassembly) I cant use half of the libraries currently out.
And the ones that does work... guess what... are not compatible with the nightly build of the compiler I'm using for Rust. Just fucking end me.
The legit only workaround I can find is to make a server request and get the unique id from there... piece of cunt software...I need a break 😑
50 hours straight.
Attended a hackathon for 3 days and sadly when it was time to sleep the "sleeping arrangements" were already taken by some other teammates and there was no place for the rest. So me and 4 other teammates decided to work through the night and day to finish everything so we can go home and sleep.
Finish 3rd in the hackathon tho, not bad for a first time.😁3
Hey devs, I'm doing a final year project for a company where I have to implement a solution using web assembly.
Now this can be anything at all from a new operating system to a virtual machine. Although I have something in mind I thought I'd ask the community too, do you guys have any interesting project ideas that can be implemented using web assembly?
Fuckin'A how it takes 1 t-shirt from hacktoberfest to make everyone loose their shit and start actively contributing to Open Source projects on Github.2
Saw a classmate returning an plain text password from a function to try to push it in a JSON file for an API we have to build for class.
I try to correct him and show him a few things that are better practices and for security, I get yelled at and called a know-it-all for trying to help... I'm so done with people -.-4