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I don't come over the fact vinesauce joel came across an PhpStorm Ad during a geoguessr stream and cracked up about it.
He stated something like "Oh no! The pee pee Storm!!!"
It was hilarious! xD
I'm off any caffeine since eastern 2019.
Funny tho, I work as efficient as always + get a natural amount/intensity of sleep :)3
How is it that years of development are not enough for NewRelic to add native support of mssql metrics in their unholy newrelic nodejs agent.????!?!?11!
On the other hand "important" databases like PostgreSQL are having native support.
Excuse me... WTF!!!!2
The moment you realize that you have successfully beaten reality with your unit-tests...
There are unit-tests for ...
... the api returning a 408 Http StatusCode when an internal request times out.
... the react app take this status-code and fires an action to display a specific error message for the user.
Every bit of code runs just fine.
Deploy this hell of an app on the server. Dandy Doodle.
Do a smoketest of the new feature.
Chrome starts to crumble during runtime. The api Request freezes.
Firefox takes the 408 api response but fails to interpret it in react app.
So I began to wonder, what the hell is going on.
Actually I recognized that I had the glorious idea to return a clientside error code in a serverside api response.
Glorious stupidity :/
Finally I fixed the whole thingy by returning an 504 (Gateway timeout) instead of 408 (Clientside timeout)
I'm ok with almost every language.
const fuuuuuuuuuck = require('fuckoff.js')1
I'm not able to post my Banner as a signature, because the filter recognize this banner as the same exact image.
Please think about a signature option5
Today, my co-workers went nuts about the fact their version of our product doesn't work on the pre-production since everything is fine on their local dev machines ^^
After a quick sighting, I figured out what was going on.
There was a package called from non-dev code which was required as a package for development.
The build plan of the application consists of a task which purges dev-packages within the vendor folder, using composer install --no-dev ^^
So the build plan runs perfectly fine, without a single error, but runtime was yelling about a missing class.
It's a delight to be one of the only guys with dev-ops experience in the whole damn building.
I like npm errors.
So i installed nodejs on termux on my android smartphone to watch npm fail, even when I take a walk.
Do anyone of you use a npm registry server like verdaccio for caching of packages from npmjs.org?
Today I tried verdaccio within a local docker container.
I successfully connected via npm --registry <registry-url> install
There where no errors, but verdaccio kept delivering packages with 200.
Shouldn't it be 304 since the packages already exist in the storage folder of verdacio?14
npm you dank pile of shit!
After updating npm I get "Maximum call stack size exceeded" when I use npm install --no-bin-links as usual.
After searching a solution for this shit it seams like the npm devs fucked around with the --no-bin-links option, since this nasty error message vanishes if one downgrade npm.
These goddamn assholes.
Keep your filthy fingers off this option, since it is essentially for windows devs!11
Time to burn it in your inner ear...
How can we sleep, when the bed is burning!
The time has come to say fair's fair, to pay our check, to pay our share!
Let's give it baaaaaaack!
Duuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuck off you bloody infamous basterds flattening their fat asses at Microsoft.
I wasted half of my dev day to configure my wcf rest-api to return an enumeration property as string instead of enum index as integer.
There is actually no out-of-the-box attribute option to trigger the unholy built-in json serializer to shit out the currently set enum value as a pile of characters clenched together into a string.
I could vomit of pure happiness.
I know about that StringEnumConverter that can be used in the JsonConvert Attribute.
Problem is, that this shit isn't triggered, no matter what I do, since the package from Newtonsoft isn't used by my wcf service as a standard serializer.
And there is no simple and stable way to replace the standard json serializer.
My former team had an "ux expert" who made ux templates for new features.
For years since he started his job, the team was told that there will be a first face-2-face meeting.
It never came to this point.
Instead all the team know about this guy is that his name is Thomas and that he does all the talk and decisions with our client without a word with the team, bringing their imaginations to li(f|v)e...
No wonder the team got mad after some water had ran down the river.
At first they only questioned really poor design decisions.
But after a while the productivity of the team dropped, because they weren't willing to accept any of those design decisions.
Boi o boi.
Things escalated pretty well ;)3
Blackest black, only for devrant++ users?
It's a bit like EA.
Yes, you pulled the content with one of your latest updates.
And, no! You can't use it because "give me fuckin' money"
Yeah. I know, I know. Servers are expensive and the expenses are growing with the number of active users.
But, I rather watch some ducking Ads, than spend my money on a regular base.9
No matter what you give up for your family and friends.
It's never enough.
"You're always tired"
"You're not interested enough in my/our stuff"
"No wonder you won't proceed with your carrier, when you act like that"
Give me a chance to build up a regular life.
Most Ppl = Egotistical piles of crap.
Sorry for this dark rant :/2
OP gets ++s for different stages of comment amount.
5 comments = 1++
10 comments = 2++
20 comments = 4++
40 comments = 8++
Today I built an ASP.NET Core 2.0 Rest-Api within a docker-container.
Then I ran a docker-container with the compiled ASP.NET Core 2.0 app behind a nginx router.
It was purely magic!
Does any of you devs, located in Hanover, Germany know about a decent job offer for a fullstack web-developer?
I'm frustrated because of my current job situation and willing to change my position on the job market ;)
This one makes me legitimately angry:
This library is used by thousands of devs on a daily base while the code-base is an unchangeable legacy monster.
I could vomit, because I'm so happy!
I really appreciate the idea of unlocking items for avatars with a raising amount of ++s!
It's an awesomely elegant way to motivate devs without pushing them and keep them in the regular user base of devrant.
Dear sirs @dfox and @trogus.
You done a very fine job :)3
I love Test-Driven Development!
And because of that fact, my heart shatters into thousands of pieces, when I recognize error events on our production nodes which are pointing onto a golden hammer function in a legacy project.
This particular function has about 300 lines with a bunch of subfunction calls and instantiations of helper-classes returning information for workflow.
Refactoring this code to apply proper unit-tests requires a way bigger investment than simply deal with 30 eventlogs a day, because this kind of payment is barely used by customers of our webshop.
This fact is a little itch each day of my work.
Guess it will make me go insane one day