AboutFun with data :) ... and users (ha ha)
SkillsPython, R, C#
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What about wrapping the class to add logging?
@LotsOfCaffeine more accurate phishing :)
@hasu they really are.
I felt it’s kinda sad that I more likely think that this is some sort of a software issue instead of just checking the cable when I get no signal.
before I started programming and working in data science for a big company I had more trust in software and probably would have had solved that much quicker.
I lately debugged like 20 minutes why my docking Station in the office wouldn’t recognise my monitors.
Replugged the Laptop, rebooted the Laptop, checking Settings... rebooting again.
After a while I checked cables and found the usb-c wasn’t connected to the dockingstation in the table.
@Fast-Nop I can hust hope for others that this is only in germany 😄
Telekom is definitely part of the issue. My neighbour and I saw that too.
He got Vodafone and I am Telekom user, he upgraded from 16k to 100k and was getting ping instability while my connection was doing fine.
At first he struggled with Vodafone to get back his 16k with stable ping, later he switched to Telekom to get rid of the extra layer of service provider
Another German fellow here.
@Fast-Nop sounds like a Good Deal. A friend of mine had a lot of trouble with o2, had no internet for weeks. Something went wrong by switching providers and neither o2 nor the previous one seemed responsible or able to fix that issue properly.
Was reading it multiple times till I got it 😂😂👌
Good work, like the music too 🤙
Feel u @maddy97, when i encounter problems like that at first I’m motivated to understand all this new occurring stuff. But there seems to be no end to it and I am not able to get back to solve the problem itself ☹️