This last @email@example.com update is BALLER. Searching for symbols in files, timeline view, undo history, better filtering in the command palette, settings sync, synced regions, sidebar panels...
Holy shit, I'm going to use all this stuff every single day and it's all coming at once
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Jitsi has a desktop version now https://github.com/jitsi/jitsi-meet-electron/releases
That's one good use of electron here for once: if you use video + audio + web rtc, embedding a web browser runtime makes total sense
I wish #python had a __format__ method for most iterables so that you could do:
>>> l = [1, 2, 2]
>>> l = [1, 2, 2]
>>> line = ';'.join(map(str, l))
Is anyone looking for a short term @firstname.lastname@example.org contract?
You'd have to be in the southern Ontario area 🇨🇦
DM me if you're interested.
“Software update failed.” This is my dishwasher.
Respectively April 23rd and 24th!
My hands when alone:
*types a million words per minute*
My hands when someone is watching:
Cuomo gets credit for responding to a surge. Newsome gets less credit for preventing a surge. London Breed? Rarely mentioned.
Completely unrelated: You can get promoted at tech companies for heroics during outages! Less so for preventing. Even less for designs that avoid them.
set coercion calls are now faster in Python 3.9.
dict coercion calls are now faster in Python 3.9
New article "GIL bugfixes for daemon threads in Python 3.9": https://vstinner.github.io/gil-bugfixes-daemon-threads-python39.html GIL bugfixes in Python 3.9 for daemon threads: March 2019-March 2020. Bugs up to 6 years old. Some bugs were triggered by the on-going work on isolating subinterpreters in Python 3.9.
We'll release 7.3.1 soon, which will be a 3.6 release. The one after that (probably a few months later) will have alpha support for 3.7. https://twitter.com/shao_lo1/status/1248381598812127232
TIL Linux kernel uses sphinx for its documentation builds.
Just released a new package that implements a sans-I/O parser for PEP 503: simple repository API w/ my friend Derek https://pypi.org/project/mousebender/ ; if you know of public indices other than PyPI and PyTorch we could test against please let me know
"Simula is a VR window manager for Linux that runs on top of Godot
As soon as these things become stable and comfortable to work with, I'll drop my multi screen setup for something like this.
Infinite screen space, total portability !
Executable delicious delights. And stuff.
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