@grainloom Okay. Nevermind. I'll study in the evening or night. Drank coffee. It helped. Prob will drink tea and coffee at night and stay up and do stuff
okay. Seriously contemplating on skipping Haskell, idk if it'll happen, but @grainloom I think you should know. I feel exhausted and like I don't know a thing, and I need to study because Tuesday is a bitch and I'm behind on most things. I'll prob grab a coffee and decide afterwards. and eat chocolate. I have chocolate.
NightVale, 90th episode kinda spoiler. Show more
Okay. I love this show from the bottom of my heart, but now I'm a bit afraid of doggos.
Even if they're the good boy
especially if they're the good boy
One of the things I am proud of is that I consistently hear how easy my code is to follow and pick up. I value that feedback from my peers.
On the flip, it's interesting how I've actually gotten push back from others 'critiquing' my coding saying it is 'too simple', which generally reveals to me the mindset of a shop. A lot of folks, A LOT, get off by making overly complicated code.
In my estimation, this one of the biggest reasons that keeps programming from being as accessible as it should
DON'T listen to the 87th episode on a tram. I did, and it wasn't a clever idea. I wanted to shout and beg at Cecil, or at the motionless, unblinking, breathing strangers or at the Glow Cloud or the Eternal Scouts or at the tram itself to do something, and that kinda resulted in me staring into the abyss with wide eyes, and covering my mouth with my hand so I don't shout.
Yeah. Definitely a bad idea.
on "cognitohazard" warnings; Show more
there's a lot to be wary of online, and if the idea of information dangers existing feels strange to you, just remember the story of the Basilisk - a creature who could freeze a person dead by making eye contact.
Imagine there are people who want to use your mind against you - propagandists, or reactionaries, or simply "your dickbag uncle who tells racist jokes at thanksgiving";
Does it help to go looking for Basilisks when you aim to combat them? Or are you prey?
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