when practicing law, I was always mildly amused by phrases like:
> in legal writing, people do [thing]
That is meant to contrast "legal writing" with "other writing", but a part of me always read it as contrasting "legal writing" with "illegal writing".
These days, the same part of me is mildly amused every time I read a phrase like
> In functional languages, people do $THING
I found this Google Drive link on Reddit which has all the books (more than 1000) which Springer has recently made free:
I then created a shortcut to this shared folder in my Drive and ran this script in Google Colab to copy all the iles:
I wonder if there is a correlation between the side someone takes in "tabs vs. spaces" and the side they take in "dynamic linking vs. static linking." The results of the following poll ought to give some answer. Boost if you're curious to get an accurate answer.
Which pair of sides are you on? If you don't feel strongly about one of the wars, just go with what you're leaning toward.
I took Pulumi out for a spin and wrote up a first impressions review on my blog.
In hindsight, it was probably a mistake to create a Keybase account. At least it wasn't all that hard to delete my account. #keybase
There is no way I'll be able to stick to the #100DaysToOffload, but I did write my first blog post of 2020.
sl - run a train in the terminal
cmatrix - Matrix style terminal
aafire - fire with the ascii art
toilet - transforms text 2 ascii
cowsay - cow says something
pacat /dev/urandom - please turn down speakers first
espeak - listen to the output of your scripts
banner - for banners
Know more? Do you know any games that can be played in terminal? Boosts appreciated.😀
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