Objectively correct list of best anime
10 anime that are the objectively best ones to watch in order to expose you to a diverse selection of high quality content availalbe from the medium (alphabetized):
Little Witch Academia OVA
Neon Gensis Evangelion
Tengen Toppa Gurren Laggan
This concludes my take on anime, thank you for reading, like and subscribe for more objectively correct facts.
the fucking alphabet song has ensured i store the alphabet as a singly linked list
I claimed earlier that you could implement git with shell scripts inside of an afternoon
So, uh, let's do it
tbh. it's best to just watch Garry Bernhardt's talk: https://www.destroyallsoftware.com/talks/ideology
But I'll try to summarize it:
For each parts of your program, eg. for a particular function, there are all kinds of ways in which it can be ran.
Some of them are correct. But most of them are bogus / illegal / should never happen.
A test takes one of the legal ways to run it, and makes sure that it works correctly in that particular situation.
A good type signature takes (almost) all of the illegal ways and proves that they will never happen.
You describe a small subset of situations you care about, and a type checker proves that everything else is impossible, or - if it can't prove it - fails the build.
Finished s-expression implementation for the thing I'm working on and bundled it up for you:
A practical consequence of this is that I dislike the use of codes of conduct as an objective document. They're just boilerplate on top of "don't be a dickhead", which is the real missive enforced by project leadership. It's more important to identify if your values align with the leadership than if they align with a code of conduct, because at the end of the day the leadership is enforcing their values.
If the leadership tries to suspend their values to enforce the letter of a code of conduct, they leave loopholes large enough for bad actors to drive a truck through by weasel wording their behavior to be within the letter of the CoC, if not the spirit of it.
So instead, in my opinion, it's better to just skip this entirely. Projects should make clear who's in charge, and then govern themselves based on their own values, which they were going to do anyway. Participants should then consider if the leader's values align with their own, which they should be doing anyway. No further formalisms are necessary.
Hans Peter Dittler
Mieke van Heesewijk
Never again should these people be extended invitations to events, seats on committes, or even employment in our industry. They should be banished from the internet for pursuing self-interests at the expense of not just the rest of the internet, but the parts of it which represent charitable interests. An unforgivable crime.
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