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psycodepath

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I do things. Mostly

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ocramius, to random
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Send invalid Authorization headers to Atlassian Confluence: get 200 responses back, with empty results.

I despise Atlassian: they're so bad at writing software.

psycodepath,
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@ocramius to be fair hard to keep track of Terrabytes of Javascript that keep this magic happening

heiglandreas, to random
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Ich glaube ich habe heute abend Zeit zum lesen.... 😁

Muss ja fertig werden solange es noch legal ist....

psycodepath,
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@heiglandreas GG §20 Absatz 4 sollte man kennen. Also falls gewisse Trends sich fortsetzen.

ramsey, to random
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The infamous root beer beer, at Shoeless Joe’s, 10 years ago today.

psycodepath,
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@ramsey i recently had my first root beer ever. I always assumed it was Like the German "Malzbier" a non alcoholic beverage Made from malt. I was wrong i was soll wrong 😰

psycodepath,
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@ramsey yeah i could taste that. Maybe i had the wrong brand (CMC) but i yeah "artificial" is an onpoint description.

I don't know If alcohol would have made it better 🤔

afilina, to random
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I need your advice on testing React. I want to mock API responses, but without using a complex Docker setup. Ideally, a way to simply say what fetch should return. Then I can test that the UI correctly responds to every scenario provided by the API contract. Was thinking Jest.

psycodepath,
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@afilina have you tried wire mock? If docker is completely out of the picture there is a jar you can run.

It is pretty easy to use in my experience.

Crell, to random
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I hate mocking libraries...

psycodepath,
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@Crell Just don't mock them than....

But yeah i try to remove the use of them in tests i have to Touch. But they tend to dig deep into testing methodology of a code base

grmpyprogrammer, to random
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psycodepath,
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@grmpyprogrammer you were right. Sony was just cheap and did not charge beforehand

heiglandreas, to random
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I hate VPN!

It never worked out of the box for me. There are soooooo many moving parts.

Debugging is difficult.

And it's always the clients fault...

psycodepath,
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@heiglandreas Not saying that it took 2 hours each for 3 guys with a CS background to find out that the router of a person, not to be named in this toot, had some odd priority to the ISP dns even though primary and secondary dns were assigned when connected to the vpn...

So yeah pretty easy stuff and it just works. Cries in wasted lifetime

afilina, to random
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Not sure whether I'm blind, but I can't see how to install PECL itself anywhere on the PECL site. Trying out a Windows setup for the first time in decades.

psycodepath,
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@afilina uff. I can't have a look at my Setup right now but i think prebuild binaries are the way to go (i use chocolatey for local deps, so those would be located in your c:\tools\php<version> folder.

If you can not get a prebuild .dll of your ext you'll need the php-sdk to compile it. (Had to do it for mcrypt and php 8.2 once)

I believe i spent a whole evening trying to get pecl on Windows until i opted for the above

mcc, (edited ) to random
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Programming languages that practice the doctrine of Anattā: C++, C#, Java, JavaScript

Programming languages that do not practice the doctrine of Anattā: Lua, Ruby, Objective-C, OCaml, Swift, Rust

Programming languages which are ambiguous with respect to the doctrine of Anattā: Python

psycodepath,
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@mcc it all died when we believed in PHP 6

grmpyprogrammer, to random
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She Who Must Be Obeyed has commented that she has never seen me plan something like a car purchase 18 months in advance. She is correct but I’ve never owned a vehicle from a car maker that could implode because of the dumbassery of the company’s owner

psycodepath,
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@grmpyprogrammer i would not Dare to invest that kind of money in a company that lays of necessary staff when they already have massive QA issues.

I think with an established brand with people in the board, with better impulse control than a 3 y/o, you are way better off.

grmpyprogrammer, to random
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psycodepath,
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@emd @grmpyprogrammer i propose an irc server to enforce a certain age limit

heiglandreas, to random
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Digitaly signing email would probably work much better when webmailers would show the result of the verification instead of just another email attachment...

psycodepath,
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@heiglandreas have you tried DE-Mail ? ... Okay i Stop the trolling now

nixCraft, to random
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Preaching to a room full of devs

Please, start programming in Rust, man. Come on, it's such a good language! You have memory safety, high-level abstractions, and low-level performance. Come on, man, we NEED more people to use i-

the twitter JS mafia shoots me down

THE END.

psycodepath,
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@nixCraft Just publish a leftpad to crates, wrap it in a exec call inside an npm package and promote is as "rust enabled transpiled asynchronous reactive decoupler" stack. You'll at least get three new frameworks using rust in the first 5 minutes after you published your Blogpost on Hacker news

heiglandreas, to random
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Under which circumstances does one convert something into ISO-2022-CN-EXT in a PHP application 🤷

https://cve.mitre.org/cgi-bin/cvename.cgi?name=2024-2961

Sounds like a lot of fearmongering going on right now....

psycodepath,
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@heiglandreas your malware talks back to a legacy CCP backend?

But joke aside even though the Impact is pretty low and an actual attack is unlikely a fix won't hurt though

heiglandreas, to random
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I might not have fully thought it through when I signed up for tomorrows course in swimming in streaming waters...

Water temperature will be around 10°C 😱🥶

psycodepath,
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@heiglandreas maybe attend by boat? Without a dry suite that probably makes ~10 minutes of swimming after it becomes a diving course.

psycodepath,
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@heiglandreas in a toy crate near the bathtub

afilina, to random
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Marjorie Taylor Gangrene.

gangrene. noun. pervasive decay or corruption

psycodepath,
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@afilina or why you should keep hydrogen peroxide, alcohol and tanning Creme far away from aunty Karen

afilina, to random
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Ugh, the PHP CS Fixer setup instructions for PHPStorm are so long and confusing that I might as well just use the CLI instead. I've been told that I'm a very impatient person :)

psycodepath,
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@afilina hmm, don't know about how legacy (pre autoload area is probably insane to get a setup to run) but if psr-0 / psr-4 is present in the codebase i could imagine that rector could like fix maybe some of the things hindering you to adopt static analyse tools.

I was amazed with how little effort you could fix even large codebases with it.

But probably you already have tried it or it is just not feasible

heiglandreas, to random
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Heut abend gibt's Mac'n'Cheese, Schwaben-Edition

Kässpätzle!

psycodepath,
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bagder, (edited ) to cisco
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I was reminded of the great security fix of 2019

psycodepath,
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@bagder unhackable

18+ timorl, to random
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I’m a software developer with about 6 years of experience. My most recent work was in Rust, but I’m also comfortable with C++ and Go, and happy to work with any language. Most of my experience is with, broadly speaking, backend work. I also have SRE skills, a strong background in mathematics and CS, experience working with distributed systems and cryptography, and experience prioritizing and organizing work within a team.

I would prefer a job that:

  1. Provides a non-negative value to society.
  2. Preferably is remote, but I live in Switzerland and am willing to relocate to English or German speaking countries or Poland if the offer is interesting enough.
  3. Works on something long-term, rather than chasing trends.

Any leads appreciated!

psycodepath,
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@timorl the company i work for is located in munich Germany and Wroclaw Poland. We're looking for a Senior Backend Developer right now. joinus.limango.com

A lot of php an go. Pretty diverse working place. Can't say If Switzerland would be okay to work from since it is non eu.

If you have any questions feel free to ask

psycodepath,
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@timorl from what i've heard it is a nice City. And seems to be the SF of Poland (in regards to Tech)

psycodepath, to random
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I am not suggesting that you'll

docker pull jmhobbs/terminal-parrot
docker run -it --rm jmhobbs/terminal-parrot:latest

but you should.

src: https://github.com/jmhobbs/terminal-parrot for your security concerns

SenseException, to random German
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SEO spam is pretty desperate. They offer to make your website more visible for the internet, but they found your website by the dozens without special SEO work anyway.

psycodepath,
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@SenseException another question you could ask, of their tactics Work so great why do they contact you? If they can make people buy any product, why not their own?

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