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2018 is the year of waluigi don't take this from me nintendo

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My 3D printing paper (doi.org/10.1039/C7CE01901G ) is being featured so I had to make some publicity figures. I love this one, but we decided not to use it, so I'm sharing it here. It has the whole process in one image.

(Preprint va @ChemRxiv chemrxiv.org/articles/Three-Di ) cybre.space/media/2t-uzBcLWQnm

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The author opened an issue github.com/standardnotes/web/i here with some open-ended questions about the best way to license standardnotes such that the work can't be coopted or misused. Maybe @gargron has some thoughts =)

FYI y'all setting up standardnotes servers and talking about using them today:

github.com/standardnotes/web/c

they removed reference to their GPLv3 license two weeks ago and haven't indicated what, if any, free software license future versions are available under.

So, Slack has decided to shutdown IRC and XMPP interfaces.

Looks like no more slack for me!

"Oh, weird, this query failed, and Hive seems to not like *one* of the columns, but it just gives me a fucking java backtrace. I guess I have to bisect this column list and hope I remember to get my commas correct! If I don't it can take up to five minutes for Hive to tell me!"

So after spending months auto-generating and hand-auditing thousands of SQL queries, I think I'm a proponent of prepending commas in multi-line lists/argument lists rather than postpending them

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well, i opened up facebook and that made me feel bad, why would i do taht

So, some folks organized a single-track conference that takes place during RSA Conference in SF in April and it seems pretty good oursa.org/

I bought a ticket and made a silly quip about how they're probably not backdooring crypto for the US government like RSA Security is.

My team owns a services which gets low enough traffic that we can have its inbound message topic retained in HDFS, allowing us to run SQL queries on our traffic via Hive. Its extremely cool, and a pattern I wish was more common.

Slowly constructing a grand unified theory of back end development in a large engineering organization that roughly boils down to: if you write an RPC API you don't get to deprecate it until every caller is migrated, you need to implement the contracts in new code. Less focus on RPC for things that need not be real time. Versioned schemas of messages passed over a queue. Old schema versions must continue to be supported. Interservice ACLs are handled by MQ as read-to or write-to a message queue.

In golang, the strftime equivalent is done by writing a very specific datetime in the format you'd want to see it.

Mon Jan 2 15:04:05 -0700 MST 2006

golang.org/pkg/time/#Time.Form