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My mother-in-law asked me to reinstall her laptop. I made a deal with her that I will happily do that, but only if it can be a Linux distribution.
She eventually after asking questions about it agreed.
She don't want to go back anymore.
Funny enough, the co-workers didn't understand why is her laptop slightly looks different, so they started to tell her , that the laptop is full with virus.
I explained her that she doesn't even have system privilege to install one even if she wants.
She was happy with the answer :D6
There is no good choice.
There are bad choices but if you carefully evaluate based on the context, you can choose the least bad decisions.
At least this is what I feel when I check my own code from the past.2
1. Success in supporting my wife for her personal goals
2. Quality time with my family, especially with my daughter
3. Maintain my current brain abilities2
Due to sad circumstances at my current company, I had to work with bash scripting exclusively.
At least I found joy even in this situation and now I'm satisfied with my bash TDD practices...
The moment when you build support for api doc generation from endpoints in your framework, just so you don't have to create create documentation anymore