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Dan @dconley@cybre.space

This looks cybre as fuuuuck and I wish I had known about this when the campaign was going on kickstarter.com/projects/flash

Watching Waypoint's XCOM 2 videos. They have a soldier named Alexei. My Echo is very confused.

And then another (masto-less) coworker shared "the 500 mile email" ibiblio.org/harris/500milemail

"radioactive cattle flipping bits" is my favorite circa survive song, btw

I somehow had never heard of "radioactive cattle flipping bits" until @mattgen88 shared it in our work chat jakepoz.com/debugging-behind-t

LB oh I thought those both said "tired"

I

I am very tired

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github.com/Sigafoos/advent/blo is the code. First time using goroutines but I think Day 15 was the perfect fit (especially part 2).

Wow only took 48 seconds that way!

Go: tell your friends.

Update: checked in and realized I had swapped the order of parameters like a doofus. So if it WOULD ever end Id have gotten the wrong answer anyway.

*starts a process that will generate >10mil numbers*

*goes to bed*

Makes me feel like an action hero walking away from an explosion.

(BUT: goroutines, baby)
(BUT: running on a pi)

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BTW
Oxenfree is free atm on GoG. There should be a button on their main page to add it to your account!

(I searched and think I understand it but, minus "siri", that's how I searched for it)

siri what the fuck does bless mean in perl

You can tell work is going ~super great~ when my one on one notes start with fuck this fuck this fuck this

Heres my day 10 code (package only) in

github.com/Sigafoos/advent/blo

It doesnt have the conciseness of Python (or the golfing of Perl) but I think its really nice. I enjoyed writing it, and looking at it and using it.

Have I mentioned that I really really like golang?

I might eventually shut up about but its the only programming I do for fun right now (work being a capitalist hellscape). Day 10 is creating a knot hash. Day 14 requires you use the hash, so I exported it as a package and boom its one function call.

Plus container/ring provides an intuitive way to modify a string that wraps around without needing to use modulo slices.

Did day 6 in go. I've been using Python because I'm lazy.

Puzzle: adventofcode.com/2017/day/6

Solution (includes part 2 spoiler): github.com/Sigafoos/advent/blo

It's funny how much list comprehension/etc I take for granted. I had to write a max() method!

I'd like to try day 6 in Python and compare the time difference, though. 0.5 seconds in go as it is.

heck YEAH I fit it all into a cybre toot (are they still toots?)

I'm not one for code golf but I'm still pretty pleased.

Reminder: DO ADVENT OF CODE IT IS VERY MUCH FUN

adventofcode.com/2017/

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