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Google has been doing on device stuff since at least the pixel 3

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Can we just have both entities annihilate each other? Please? They're both shit

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It's not a now thing. It's already here. My thermostat, sprinkler controller, and rice cooker all run Android

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And if that public company has stock in the toilet it's worth fuck all to unload

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Federated directories. We're going back to Yahoo like it's 1995

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And it's still worse than a picture of a hill in Sonoma

[-] [email protected] 67 points 2 weeks ago

Replace the CEO with an AI. They're both good at lying and telling people what they want to hear, until they get caught

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overwatch style

You mean team fortress style

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Can't wait for them to never roll it out

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Alexa and Google home came out nearly a decade ago

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I quite like kagis universal summarizer, for example. It let's me know if a long ass YouTube video is worth watching

[-] [email protected] 1 points 1 month ago

So you want Kagi

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Djot is a markdown alternative, created by John MacFarlane, creator of Pandoc and spec author of CommonMark. It aims to fix many of the little issues Markdown has, and does a pretty good job of it, imo.

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Djot is a markdown alternative, created by John MacFarlane, creator of Pandoc and spec author of CommonMark. It aims to fix many of the little issues Markdown has, and does a pretty good job of it, imo.

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I hereby officially announce the Elixir type system effort is transitioning from research into development: https://elixir-lang.org/blog/2023/06/22/type-system-updates-research-dev/

A huge thank you to Fresha and Starfish for sponsoring this new stage. They are also hiring:

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ExUnit is wonderful, and the functional paradigms that underpin Elixir let us write extremely complex tests in a fraction of the code that would be needed in OOP testing frameworks like RSpec.

But it's not all wine and roses. Tests can quickly accrue tons of boilerplate and repetition.

Using some Elixir features, you can cut down on these, and make tests even nicer to write.

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I got tired of hitting ⌘Enter and not having my post automatically go through, so I wrote a little userscript that enables exactly that.

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I got tired of hitting ⌘Enter and not having my post automatically go through, so I wrote a little userscript that enables exactly that.

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