abbadon420

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[–] [email protected] 2 points 2 hours ago

Cows are usually very curious and nice. You have to remember that they are wild animals though and unpredictable. They could kill you by sitting on you.

If you act natural, don't make any sudden movements, than you're good. Also get out of the way, because they will just run over you. Especially in spring, when they get out of the barn for the first time since fall. They're blinded by the light and a little spring crazy.

Bulls are a different matter. You they're less sweet.

[–] [email protected] 1 points 15 hours ago (1 children)

Stacks are for idiots, racks are what we need and blades are the real deal.

[–] [email protected] 1 points 1 day ago

There has always been a margin for failure, but the margins need to change with climate change and that is something they're working on all the time. At least where i live.

[–] [email protected] 7 points 1 day ago (3 children)

Yes they do. At least they're working on it, like more and bigger basins, less waste and spilage, better throughput, etc.

[–] [email protected] 48 points 1 day ago (11 children)

This might be true, but it's rapidly changing due to a collaborative effort from big gaming companies, streaming services and hollywood. People are relearning the art of torrenting.

[–] [email protected] 71 points 1 day ago (14 children)

The second frame could also read "It sounds like a dying animal screaming in pain and agony"

[–] [email protected] 8 points 1 day ago (1 children)

Dit is wat nederland wil. Hier hebben we voor gestemd. Ik ben blij dat ik niet afhankelijk ben van de overheid voor mijn persoonlijke financien. Mijn vertrouwen in de overheid neemt de laatste jaren ook alleen maar af. Ik begin zelfs een lichte neiging te krijgen om politiek actief te worden in het kader van "als je wilt dat het goed gebeurt, moet je het zelf doen".

[–] [email protected] 3 points 2 days ago

Also, mobile idle games like clash of clans or simcity. Maybe some tactics like "I'll build this now so I can do that tomorrow" but that's not a puzzle, that is just choices.

[–] [email protected] 1 points 2 days ago

Het is wel een trent bij de rechtse partijen

[–] [email protected] 2 points 2 days ago (1 children)

Well.. it's saturday night and I ain't got anything better to do

[–] [email protected] 4 points 2 days ago (3 children)
[–] [email protected] 2 points 2 days ago

Gameboys aren't edible, but with ketchup, you can at least lick off the ketchup

 

[Update: It seems to have been fixed now]

 

I teach a course in java and springboot for beginners. I would like to walk my students through the code of a real world java or springboot application. Can anyone recommend a good example?

 

In this letter, Dijkstra talks about readability and maintainability in a time where those topics were rarely talked about (1968). This letter was one of the main causes why modern programmers don't have to trouble themselves with goto statements. Older languages like Java and C# still have a (discouraged) goto statement, because they (mindlessly) copied it from C, which (mindlessly) copied it from Assembly, but more modern languages like Swift and Kotlin don't even have a goto statement anymore.

 
 

https://lemm.ee/post/29785400

So I'm making a project in SpringBoot with Oauth security.

If I use Auth0 as my Authorization Server, I can register an application there and just say that I want user to be able to login with Google an Facebook. That's all it takes.

If I use Keycloak as my Authorization Server, I can also have users choose Google or Facebook as there prefered login, but in order to provide that, I have to register my app with Google and Facebook first.

So how come it's so easy with Auth0 and a little less easy with Keycloak? Is it a contract thing, does Auth0 have contracts with all these providers or something?

 

So I'm making a project in SpringBoot with Oauth security.

If I use Auth0 as my Authorization Server, I can register an application there and just say that I want user to be able to login with Google an Facebook. That's all it takes.

If I use Keycloak as my Authorization Server, I can also have users choose Google or Facebook as there prefered login, but in order to provide that, I have to register my app with Google and Facebook first.

So how come it's so easy with Auth0 and a little less easy with Keycloak? Is it a contract thing, does Auth0 have contracts with all these providers or something?

 

I came across this post (and more like it) claiming extensions to be a good, or at least different, solution for mapping DTO's.

Are they though? Aren't DTO's supposed to be pure data objects? I've always been taught to seperate my mappings in special mapping services or mapping libraries like MapStruct and ModelMapper for implementing the good practice of "seperation of concerns".

So what about extensions?

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