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INTERCAL, YAML, And Other Horrible Programming Languages https://blog.earthly.dev/intercal-yaml-and-other-horrible-programming-languages/

I personally hate yaml, especially because you can easily get the indentation wrong by having a whitespace too much
#programming
 
Gary Simon auf Twitter: "H1, H2, H3, H4.. Frontend dev in the real world! https://t.co/YHcxYrRzIl" / Twitter <https://
twitter.com/designcoursecom/status/1364566437650722823>

#programming #humor
 
Yup! Usually the performance between the two doesn't require the clever solution, especially with modern compilers and architectures. For the few cases it does then get creative. Otherwise choose readability over cleverness. I won't mention Perl now...😀 #programming

 
Yup! Usually the performance between the two doesn't require the clever solution, especially with modern compilers and architectures. For the few cases it does then get creative. Otherwise choose readability over cleverness. I won't mention Perl now...😀 #programming

 
Remote volunteer wanted:

Game developer for youth environmental activist program


https://app.code4socialgood.org/project/view/2715

Organization website: https://www.artworksforchange.org/
Art Works for Change is a nonprofit organization that creates contemporary art exhibitions and storytelling projects to address critical social and environmental issues. We recently launched a new storytelling project that will help people visualize the impact of global warming and the pathways to solving the climate crisis. As part of this project, we are creating a series of interactive experiences to promote action on climate change. These experiences include climate-themed games, which we will roll out in partnership with grassroots environmental organizations. Your role would be to help us develop browser-based versions of our games. We are flexible about the game development platform(s), and in many cases you would be able to use existing open-source game code as your starting point.

Plus, you will get to join a fun, passionate team, working for an important cause--and build your own skills and network in the process. Remote volunteers are happily accepted.
We get a lot done for a small organization! Learn more about us in this New York Times feature: https://www.nytimes.com/2017/03/13/arts/design/museums-inspire-social-activism-politics.html?_r=0
Visit our website at www.artworksforchange.org to see the important work we do.
#gamedev #programming #ClimateChange #GlobalWarming #activism #volunteering
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Can anyone recommend a good resource on learning the basics of functional #programming?

I found:

* http://functional-perl.org/
* https://metacpan.org/pod/FunctionalPerl.

It's nice to have a #Perl resource; but, these resources seem to assume an existing background in FP.

I don't have a background in Lambda Calculus. But, I'm really interested in FP as a way to write code that can be quickly and easily debugged. Any suggestions?

I'm a #Linux #Bash, Perl, and #Rakulang guy. But, I'll take what I can get.
 
While I was porting Fuzix to the ESP8266, my new Raspberry Pi Picos arrived. So I had to port Fuzix to that too, so there's now a V7 Unix clone which will run on a £4 microcontroller.

http://cowlark.com/2021-02-16-fuzix-pi-pico

#fuzix #raspberrypipico #programming
 
While I was porting Fuzix to the ESP8266, my new Raspberry Pi Picos arrived. So I had to port Fuzix to that too, so there's now a V7 Unix clone which will run on a £4 microcontroller.

http://cowlark.com/2021-02-16-fuzix-pi-pico

#fuzix #raspberrypipico #programming
 
The weirdest compiler bug | Zaita Blog
All n all. I spent around 5 days chasing this bug through my code. I generated Gigabytes of log files and had to get down to the precision of 7.5 grains of sand on the planet Earth. The compiler missing a key function call turned out to be the cause of the issue. Many times, while trying to find the root cause I found myself questioning my ability to write code, diagnose bugs and remain sane. I’m glad I found an answer and have a way forward.
#programming #science compiler
 

Open-Source Thermostat Won’t Anger Your Landlord





#homehacks #microcontrollers #altium #controldesign #electronics #firmware #hardware #kicad #mcu #pcb #programming #stm32 #temperature #thermostat #hackaday
posted by pod_feeder_v2
Open-Source Thermostat Won’t Anger Your Landlord
 

Open-Source Thermostat Won’t Anger Your Landlord





#homehacks #microcontrollers #altium #controldesign #electronics #firmware #hardware #kicad #mcu #pcb #programming #stm32 #temperature #thermostat #hackaday
posted by pod_feeder_v2
Open-Source Thermostat Won’t Anger Your Landlord
 
Hey everyone, I’m #newhere. I’m interested in #anime, #doctorwho, #eff, #foss, #freesoftware, #gnu, #gpl, #haskell, #linux, #makerspaces, #nethack, #privacy, #programming, #security, and #startrek.

Been meaning to check diaspora out for a while now. Feel free do say hello.
 
Ich bastel zum ersten Mal seit Langem wieder mal eine kleine statische Webseite mit HTML und CSS für die vielen Tutorials zusammen, die sogar noch responsive für Wisch-O-Fons ist. War eigentlich ein Klacks. Das Layout steht. Und jetzt überlege ich, ob ich die Daten in einer JSON Datei speichern und die Webseite dann generieren lassen sollte. Vermutlich ist das die bessere Entscheidung. Nur in welcher Sprache? PHP, Python, Bash, awk, sed ... ?
#Web #Programming #Musik #Tutorials #Workshops #Musikproduktion
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Hey everyone, I’m #newhere. I’m interested in #anime, #doctorwho, #eff, #foss, #freesoftware, #gnu, #gpl, #haskell, #linux, #makerspaces, #nethack, #privacy, #programming, #security, and #startrek.

Been meaning to check diaspora out for a while now. Feel free do say hello.
 
Hey everyone, I’m #newhere. I’m interested in #anime, #doctorwho, #eff, #foss, #freesoftware, #gnu, #gpl, #haskell, #linux, #makerspaces, #nethack, #privacy, #programming, #security, and #startrek.

Been meaning to check diaspora out for a while now. Feel free do say hello.
 
Hey everyone, I’m #newhere. I’m interested in #anime, #doctorwho, #eff, #foss, #freesoftware, #gnu, #gpl, #haskell, #linux, #makerspaces, #nethack, #privacy, #programming, #security, and #startrek.

Been meaning to check diaspora out for a while now. Feel free do say hello.
 
@nipos wish you luck and success. Really nice to find a German friend, Niklas. #haiku #programming
 
@nipos wonderful! To be honest, I code in C++ too, Niklas, but only as a hobby. #Haiku #Programming
 
Vier schnelle Links zum Wochenende (mit Zugabe)

An diesem Wochenende möchte ich Euch Links zu vier Themen präsentieren, die nicht nur die Spieleprogrammierung betreffen, sondern bei denen es auch um visuelles Programmieren und um das leidige Thema #GooglePhotos (wird bald kostenpflichtig) geht. Und als Zugabe möchte ich noch zeigen, wie kreative Köpfe (also nicht das Land Berlin) das Problem #HomeSchooling meistern: http://blog.schockwellenreiter.de/2021/01/2021010801.html #GameDev #GameDesign #RetroGaming #Programming
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What do you think of #vlang? Is https://vlang.io the perfect #programming language?
We're experimenting with it on @codeberg https://codeberg.org/eventbike/vturn_server
 
**CS books **

#cs #programming
Below is a loosely-categorized collection of links to CS textbooks in a variety of areas that are freely available online, usually because they are one of the following:
 

Help wanted: Website testing inside Python code

Background


I'm trying to use Pyhton's webbrowser module for testing a website with various pages, and one of the pages is index.html

I can open this page using this code:

webbrowser.open(file:///[...]/public/index.html)

But if i instead use this code

webbrowser.open(file:///[...]/public/)

then i will get a list of the contents of that directory

Question


What do you suggest that i do if i want to test my website?

A few options that i can see:
* Changing a setting in the browser
* Setting up a local http server
* Asking Python's webbrowser to look for an index.html file (this would work the first time but not when navigating between pages)

I use Firefox and Chromium as browers and Python 3.8

#python #programming #web #question
 

Help wanted: Website testing inside Python code

Background


I'm trying to use Pyhton's webbrowser module for testing a website with various pages, and one of the pages is index.html

I can open this page using this code:

webbrowser.open(file:///[...]/public/index.html)

But if i instead use this code

webbrowser.open(file:///[...]/public/)

then i will get a list of the contents of that directory

Question


What do you suggest that i do if i want to test my website?

A few options that i can see:
* Changing a setting in the browser
* Setting up a local http server
* Asking Python's webbrowser to look for an index.html file (this would work the first time but not when navigating between pages)

I use Firefox and Chromium as browers and Python 3.8

#python #programming #web #question
 

The Programming Interview from Hell – Python For Engineers


haha! Yes!
#programming #interview
 

The best bet for 2030 | CommitStrip


Please no more #PHP or even worse #jquery

#programming #humor
 
Johan Vos auf Twitter: "The "mysterious monolith" in Utah has disappeared. Probably refactored into microservices. Which means there is a fair chance there will be a monolith again, soon." / Twitter

Hah! #programming #humor
 
Johan Vos auf Twitter: "The "mysterious monolith" in Utah has disappeared. Probably refactored into microservices. Which means there is a fair chance there will be a monolith again, soon." / Twitter

Hah! #programming #humor
 

5 open source alternatives to GitHub because GitHub is not open source, and conditions of service can change

Content warning: Git is a popular version-control system, primarily used for code but popular in other disciplines, too. It can run locally on your computer for personal use, it can run on a server for collaboration, and it can also run as a hosted service for widespread

 

Shawn Wildermuth 💻☕🎸🎥🎮 auf Twitter: "Stop judging developers by what they look like. Seriously: https://t.co/leQNskkNv9" / Twitter


#programming

https://twitter.com/ShawnWildermuth/status/1330634861007294465
 
I couldn't find the answer myself, so I'll ask here: in #PHP, why can't I override a class method with a more specific argument?

#programming #question #help

See snippet:
 
I couldn't find the answer myself, so I'll ask here: in #PHP, why can't I override a class method with a more specific argument?

#programming #question #help

See snippet:
 
So I've got a pretty involved Android mobile development project that I've been working on for a couple of years here to help with medication tracking & tapering, as well as some other tasks that are related. Unfortunately, I'm having an issue right now that is utterly blocking not only my work on fixing this bug itself, but it's such a significant bug that it's blocking my progress on any other significant issues that I've got in the project, too, so I'm at a pretty complete standstill. The problem is dealing with an attempt to schedule a PeriodicWorkRequest with a WorkManager (JetPack work version 1.0.1, not the new androidx v2.4.0). It seems that everything goes fine up until my task is to be executed, at which point it is executed twenty times (exactly), instead of just once, apparently in parallel (?!?). My skills at debugging and googling related issues have proven absolutely useless to this point, so I've finally begun reaching out to more than just the IRC gurus, whom have been utterly unable to help me on this issue, despite their wonderful track record.

So I finally broke a several year stretch of not asking any questions on StackOverflow and went and wrote up a post about it. Threw the same information in a post on AndroidForums, too. I'm hoping that between the two of them I can at least find a better technique for debugging this problem on my own, if not some insight onto why this is happening and thus how I might go about correcting this behavior.

I figured I'd whine about it here, too, because I know of at least a few Android developers on Diaspora. The more people that see the post the better my chances are of getting out from behind this blockage in a reasonable timeframe. If you don't have a clue what to do about this, or even if this is all Greek to you, but you have developers that you share with, I would really appreciate a reshare just to get this request for assistance out a little further into the community.

So without further ado, here is my StackOverflow post on this PeriodicWorkRequest issue that I've been having. It's written up, along with code snippets, pretty definitively there; I didn't see any need to repeat that all here when most of the people who would be seeing this post are probably not developers.

Thank you for your time and assistance!

#android #androidDevelopment #java #mobileDevelopment #periodicWorkRequest #workManager #jetPack #softwareDevelopment #programming #coding #debugging #stackOverflow #androidForums #softwareEngineering #programmers
 
So I've got a pretty involved Android mobile development project that I've been working on for a couple of years here to help with medication tracking & tapering, as well as some other tasks that are related. Unfortunately, I'm having an issue right now that is utterly blocking not only my work on fixing this bug itself, but it's such a significant bug that it's blocking my progress on any other significant issues that I've got in the project, too, so I'm at a pretty complete standstill. The problem is dealing with an attempt to schedule a PeriodicWorkRequest with a WorkManager (JetPack work version 1.0.1, not the new androidx v2.4.0). It seems that everything goes fine up until my task is to be executed, at which point it is executed twenty times (exactly), instead of just once, apparently in parallel (?!?). My skills at debugging and googling related issues have proven absolutely useless to this point, so I've finally begun reaching out to more than just the IRC gurus, whom have been utterly unable to help me on this issue, despite their wonderful track record.

So I finally broke a several year stretch of not asking any questions on StackOverflow and went and wrote up a post about it. Threw the same information in a post on AndroidForums, too. I'm hoping that between the two of them I can at least find a better technique for debugging this problem on my own, if not some insight onto why this is happening and thus how I might go about correcting this behavior.

I figured I'd whine about it here, too, because I know of at least a few Android developers on Diaspora. The more people that see the post the better my chances are of getting out from behind this blockage in a reasonable timeframe. If you don't have a clue what to do about this, or even if this is all Greek to you, but you have developers that you share with, I would really appreciate a reshare just to get this request for assistance out a little further into the community.

So without further ado, here is my StackOverflow post on this PeriodicWorkRequest issue that I've been having. It's written up, along with code snippets, pretty definitively there; I didn't see any need to repeat that all here when most of the people who would be seeing this post are probably not developers.

Thank you for your time and assistance!

#android #androidDevelopment #java #mobileDevelopment #periodicWorkRequest #workManager #jetPack #softwareDevelopment #programming #coding #debugging #stackOverflow #androidForums #softwareEngineering #programmers
 
(lambda () 'james) auf Twitter: "types are social constructs created by Big Compiler to sell more passes" / Twitter https://twitter.com/yoo_hoo_yoo/status/1311434034463928320

Good one. #programming #humor
 
#Spritely and #Federation Futures

Christopher Lemmer Webber

Spritely is a laboratory-project to incubate tools for the future of the fediverse, working on such things as Datashards (distributed #storage), Goblins (distributed #programming), improved #security for user interface designs, etc.

See live updates & demonstrations & hear how these incubated technologies could help pave positive futures for the #fediverse

VIDEO
https://conf.tube/videos/watch/18aa2f92-36cc-4424-9a4f-6f2de946fbd2

Q&A FRI 16:30 UTC
or https://socialhub.activitypub.rocks/t/spritely-and-federation-futures/932
 
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Software Industry Antipatterns


Wrote a book on how not to run a Software Company and treat people badly, one can get it here https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08JDTR37H

#software #programming #computers #programming #management #projectmanagement #leadership
 
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