D&D lets you live out all kinds of fantasies, such as:
-Having everyone call you by your preferred name and gender
-Having a big group of friends who do everything together
-Making a reasonable wage as a freelancer
-Being able to murder the terrible leadership of your country
-Getting 8 hours of sleep
IT-ler wollen also angemessen bezahlt werden und haben keine Lust ihr Leben dem Unternehmen zu opfern. Alles ne Frage des Wordings ne?
#OCaml thoroughly like a neat-o language, but I'm already pretty offput by the seeming absence of any way to print non-primitive data structures.
Like, it's a pretty gum dang common thing to want to print out a list or a tuple or somethng, right?
It already seems kind of cumbersome to do
`print_string (List.concat " " mylist)`
every time i want to print a list,
but it really adds up when you just want to check on a list of list of tuples.
That's a lot of higher-order function calls just to print a data structure..
@platypus if you've never read it, his "the night watch" is a classic of its genre:
" I HAVE NO TOOLS BECAUSE I’VE DESTROYED MY TOOLS WITH MY TOOLS."
cachable, revolutionary, secure, enpowering. web 1.0 was anything but boring. Until you corporates.
Computers that can communicate with the outside world are in practice always insecure. It wouldn't need to be so, but making safe, secure systems that are invulnerable against a motivated, well-funded attacker, is usually too difficult and expensive.
If they can influence the physical world, they're actively dangerous. Even if the influence is by giving false data to humans, who then do things.
Think: self-driving cars, industrial equipment, medical devices, home heating systems, and so on.