Stumbled upon an interesting trick with Python thanks to a talk on design patterns.
There are in general two ways to learn something - observing either its effects, or its core.
A recent watch reminded me of an old discussion about silent failures.
Distrotube's video on Win10 upgrade goes the path that every GNU+Linux user has done over years. ... [more].
A long carried question of mine has been this - how many Pandas does this push trouble? Lacking context, this does sound as bizarre as most of my questions.
The gentle breeze of the valleys cooing now, the mild chills now had some company.
Realized a while back that IG on web finally has support to save posts "into collections".
Someone somewhere does get triggered with well structured arguments, after all.
A good friend shared a message about Prince of Arcot's message in response to Mr.
Interesting irony trying to push faster the C++ pipeline - more to speed than appears.
No rose without a thorn but many a thorn without a rose.
Planning to stop doing threads on Twitter and jot down experiments here going ahead. ... [more].
aruṇācala kavirāyar makes what would sound rather bold a statement in his introduction to kuṛaḷ vacanam.
vedānta deśika says drāhyāyaṇas are not paramaikāntis but doesn't quote beyond a cursory karmārambha rudraviṣaya prapadana as the reason.
Read The F*ing Manual is in general a good maxim to live by.
I do understand the point of serving ads as a way to monetise and/or keeping things running.
As with every experiment a developer makes, deployment, even if it were testing, is hard.
The precursor to the kailāsārohaṇa parvā episode where kṛṣṇa asks for a vara from sarvajña rudra lies in the kapālamokṣaghaṭṭa.
The walls are opening, or so he thinks aloud in his mind.
The peculiar concern with the four prongs, is the inability to hold water in a tenable manner.
A few weeks back, wanted to take a break from the downhill rush and get back to building things.
It has been a fair while since I worked with HTML forms and given my lost focus, I'm probably missing something quite obvious here.
Found this excellent talk on security in serverless apps while browsing through recommendations. ... [more].
This starts a clean slate with some TIL stuff; or re-learnings in some cases. ... [more].
Thanks to Youtube's ever dependable* recommendation algorithm, ended up on a video about React and Frontend development.
Guess I'm after a few more rounds, going through another phase of burnout.
Had made a minor addition to the existing API to prevent duplicate payments - a point of trouble that came up a month back.
Found this pretty good, short introduction to docker compose.
git log is today's saviour.
The event parsing for our stack is written in Python and I get to write some Python code after ages together.
Had a PR in the morning and one of the cases had multiple
Strings.contains checks in a waterfall, so to speak.