I’ve been looking for an opportunity to get back into C for a while, so I decided to use it for the Advent of Code challenges.

Still looking for an actually-useful project, or maybe I’ll find something to contribute to.

The steward of the .org top-level domain is one of the last people you would want to see beholden to his profit motive, but here we are


curl + jq seems like a really good, Unix-y way to interrogate a REST service

Take action to save .org and prosecute those who sold out the internet


a new (to me) twist on the joke-punch-line-winking-dog meme.

and Q!

CW for alcohol reference, pun, eye contact


Careful scoping does not seem to be a feature of modern software design. For instance, your web app doesn't need to embed a "production ready" server. We're already going to put it behind a reverse proxy. Just focus on making you web app great!

I'd be remiss if I didn't say that it seems like 32 is getting their act together. I've been able to upgrade my pentium4 system without issue for about a month now. Used to see the kernel go out-of-sync with pre-built modules all the time.

Keep up the great work, maintainers!

(Not to mention the fact that the guy ostensibly heading up the project seems to be somewhat of a charlatan, at least by this telling)

It's too bad pipenv never took off. The issues outlined here are still valid, and dependency management in Python is still not great.


badger badger badger badger badger badger badger 

Guys, this might be the editor we need, but don't deserve.

My kids, making a Christmas wish list: “Writing down the name of the game is the name of the game.”

My family has diagnosed me with the flu, which sure does explain feeling like death warmed-over for the past 72 hours

The “how did that ever work?” stage of software debugging is a sad one to walk through

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