Time for new #introductions!
I also do software stuff because of course.
Hoy comienza el Festival Latinoamericano de Lenguas Indígenas en Internet, en Antigua, Guatemala - https://lenguasindigenas.digital/
Well, looks like now I have a #Wikipedia sidequest:
<durin42> JordiGH: congrats, you successfully lobbied for #Mercurial's second breaking change
Yay, I made a difference!
Tick tock tick tock
Well, as a first step, I've managed to to get the original #Fortran code from Wikipedia running.
I downloaded it a long time ago from the author's website, which I can't find again now. If you're curious, I can send you a copy:
Now I just have to translate it to #SQL, haha!
I am also considering pgBackRest for PostgreSQL backups
anyone here use it?
In #SQL windowing functions are functions that operate on a possibly moving window of your SQL rows. They're pretty handy.
Oracle calls them "analytic functions" and that's such a big name clash for me.
Did you ever had trouble reading the #Octorok sprite? I used to.
I went to see War, an Indian action film. So good. Just the kind of mindless entertainment I was after. A cross of Bourne and Mission Impossible. Beautifully choreographed action scenes.
But it's an Indian movie, so of course Jason Bourne and Ethan Hunt take a break from the action to perform a dazzling dance number in full colour:
Coder. Mathematician. Hacker-errant.
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