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Was that a good idea to use unicode symbols in a terminal UI application?
I thought that it'd be okay since TUI library is using unicode for drawing borders. But I'm not sure.
What do you guys say?8
Is this codecov report correct? (Rust)
It's too damn weird. Shows %22 but most of the lines processed. Wtf?
Successfully upgraded my Arch Linux system without breaking any software.
It's a good start for today.5
I'm working on a open source project and I have a game that I can occasionally play.
What else could I possibly ask?4
I had %1 of charge before going to sleep last night. My phone was turned off and not charging all night (~10 hours). I woke up and I turned on my phone as usual.
And I have %19 of charge. How is this possible? Does anyone have an explanation?
(This is probably my second time facing this.)
(P.S: Nights are cold here)5
[what happens if a Linux user wants to try a game out]
I've created a Docker image that uses Wine for playing Sonic Utopia Demo.
In case you don't know, it's a experimental game that shows how Sonic games should have been from the beginning. (not the official description) I highly recommend playing it.
Sonic Utopia: https://youtu.be/5paaz16Nw20
Docker Hub: https://hub.docker.com/r/orhunp/...6
Ok ok ok. I see y'all have nice plans for the new year. Some of you even made a list that will be barely completed or remain unchecked.
Let me tell you my real issues/plans for 2020.
- First things first, I have to update the documentation of the projects that I maintain. Especially the copyright information. (2019 -> 2020)
- I have to check if any of the old software that I use is broken because of the year/date bugs. (you know, that happens)
- And finally I should check my Windows PC. If it's still OK than it means that no malware/virus is activated with a year payload. (it happens too, watch @danooct1 on YT)
Hope it helps someone.1
I've just poured my whole day into dockerizing of a Rust app.
+ How well do you manage your time?
I think if it's docker, then it's understandable.3
Contribute more to the open source projects.
Help to the developer community. (somehow)
And most importantly, never stop learning.
Coding in sick mode...
I mean real sickness. Specifically, cold.
God help the ones that suffers from the same situation.7
It feels good to be an intern. I literally do nothing. Or barely anything.
I know it's not something good but who says no to a big desk and extra monitor?
At least it's giving me a relatively "better" workspace.1
I've got some free time at school today and decided to go to our teacher assistans room after checking his schedule. It was obviously his 'office time' and the only purpose of that time was assisting students that need help with something.
I've been there before and we had a nice conversation about tech stuff other than school things. So I thought I could go there in my free time today.
He said he's kind of busy when I've asked him if he got some time or not. Eventually we had a 5 min talk and I left BUT I've seen something on his monitor at the exact moment I stepped into his room.
Bitch, you were watching John Wick 3 trailer before I came in. So this is how you're busy, huh?
Stop fucking lying please.
Playing 'old' Flash Player games is my new hobby, I think. Also I suggest "Fancy Pants Adventures" to ones that still play Flash games or like some nostalgia.
Respect to Flash developers, you guys are awesome.7
'Where to code' or 'when to code'?
Which one is more important than the other to you?
(Or are they equally important?)9
I'm down to write multi dimensional Git. I'm tired of losing the code that I wrote in my dream to go up in smoke every time when I woke up.
I just want to commit and push it to the dimension that I'm livin'. So that I'll have access to the code that I wrote in my dream.3
Listen to the Podcast.__init__ !
(I'm the guest of this weeks episode)
I was about to reinstall Arch Linux when I've just realized that I can fix the problem with just reinstalling/reconfiguring GRUB.
Thinking just saved me hours.2
I've just realized that I am too damn annoyed when somebody touches my workspace without me knowing. It's not right to flip out that easy and probably it's about my current mental condition.
And the thing is I'm more annoyed due to knowing that. Ironic.2
It's cool to put stickers of big brands and technologies on your laptop. But how about putting your own stickers on it? I think that should be the right way of using stickers while promoting your work.
Here's some of my projects that I used its logo as sticker:
Don't ever talk to non-tech people about tech. It'll fuck up your mood.
I've talked to a non-tech person lately, so...11
Trying wms other than i3 on Arch Linux. Looking things to customize and feel awesome eventually.3
I've decided to change the key components of my Arch Linux system. Of course it's not gonna be quick but here's my plan:
i3 -> bspwm
VSCode -> GNU Emacs
What do you guys think?14