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Jeff MacKinnon reshared this.

I guess with the influx of new users to the Fediverse, we're doing introductions now, so here's mine:

I'm a # and # enthusiast and developer. I'm also an # who's trying to create safe spaces for those who are recovering from high-demand control groups.


Jonathan Lamothe reshared this.

So this whole # # experiment has been a smashing success. This will be the last post I boost from my legacy accounts, and I'll be checking them with less frequency. If you've not followed the new account, now would be a good time.

I want to extend a special thanks to opencube and fosstodon for giving me my first taste of the #.

Jonathan Lamothe reshared this.

Side note: when writing a blog post that mentions functions in a Haskell library, my spellchecker has a field day.
nice. You make a very good point there, one which irks me no end as I see it everywhere these days: read a complete file into memory to do *something* with it. That is one reason our systems are so inefficient.

Case in point: this example snippet in the Hare announcement. So I want to create a hash of a 10GB OVA image, and that means I'm allocating 10GB of Ram and read it in? You've got to be kidding.

I know it's just an example, but still...

Fingerprint Software reshared this.

Just released a CSV streaming library for #. I'll probably write a # post about it tomorrow. I'm too lazy to do it today.

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I'm actually working on the blog post now.

@André E. Veltstra For the same reason I feel dirty about HTML's <h2> through <h5> tags. I subscribe to the zero, one, infinity rule.
Interesting! Yes, I see why you would find zip3 cheating 😀

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