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[#] Sat Apr 30 2022 22:04:35 UTC from rss <>

Subject: @mycoliza: functions should come in more colors. like a whole 24-bit color space of them

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https://twitter.com/mycoliza/status/1520524543856504832

[#] Sat Apr 30 2022 21:52:48 UTC from rss <>

Subject: @douglasdd: Dependency injection / IoC frameworks & @\annotations have made Java into a cesspit

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https://twitter.com/douglasdd/status/1520521575413567489

[#] Sat Apr 30 2022 21:42:10 UTC from rss <>

Subject: @_theotherjimmy: Rust compile times are fine, actually.

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https://twitter.com/_theotherjimmy/status/1520518899401375744

[#] Sun May 01 2022 03:54:55 UTC from rss <>

Subject: @SegHaxx: remember when facebook supported email?

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https://twitter.com/SegHaxx/status/1520612705513533441

[#] Sun May 01 2022 01:52:06 UTC from rss <>

Subject: @remo_tscc: huh.. oh my, now some memories come back.. xbios 6 (setpalette) is fun too. if I remember well you can set a whole (previously prepared) 16col palette within 1 (or 2) scanlines from some pure GFA code. Cool to make some rasterbars rotating around your logo :)

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https://twitter.com/remo_tscc/status/1520581800690601984

[#] Sun May 01 2022 01:32:55 UTC from rss <>

Subject: @remo_tscc: It's been some time.. but AFAIR you can switch to supervisor mode (gemdos 32) before the DO/LOOP and change all the SDPOKEs to faster CARD{} commands.. that should give you a color change every scanline. Dont forget to restore the userstack (again via gemdos 32) at program end.

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https://twitter.com/remo_tscc/status/1520576970379218945

[#] Sun May 01 2022 05:13:29 UTC from rss <>

Subject: @NanoRaptor: Mac system software zip disks.

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https://twitter.com/NanoRaptor/status/1520632478339571712

[#] Sun May 01 2022 01:53:43 UTC from rss <>

Subject: @NanoRaptor: PCIe type C

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[#] Sun May 01 2022 00:45:01 UTC from rss <>

Subject: @NanoRaptor: USB-C powered motherboards are the future.

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https://twitter.com/NanoRaptor/status/1520564916629151744

[#] Sun May 01 2022 08:07:13 UTC from rss <>

Subject: @LuigiThirty: ArcaOS status: Yep, it plays Doom.

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https://twitter.com/LuigiThirty/status/1520676198333960194

[#] Sun May 01 2022 07:57:08 UTC from rss <>

Subject: @scanlime: computer programming aka figuring out how to make adhd compile

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https://twitter.com/scanlime/status/1520673661513994241

[#] Sun May 01 2022 07:28:21 UTC from rss <>

Subject: @brouhaha: I still.think the "integral image" (aka "summed-area table" is amazing.Suppose you want to quickly compute the mean of the pixel values of any rectangular area of an image. You compute the integral image, an O(n) operation on an n-pixel image,1/

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https://twitter.com/brouhaha/status/1520666418500431872

[#] Sat Apr 30 2022 23:28:48 UTC from rss <>

Subject: @kiwapebretech: I can play two videogames

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https://twitter.com/kiwapebretech/status/1520545735468408832

[#] Sun May 01 2022 03:23:56 UTC from rss <>

Subject: @SwiftOnSecurity: This has killed more people than Jenkem

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https://twitter.com/SwiftOnSecurity/status/1520604911230394368

[#] Sun May 01 2022 01:53:28 UTC from rss <>

Subject: @Hyperosonic: memory safe languages won’t fix security

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https://twitter.com/Hyperosonic/status/1520582142555742208

[#] Sun May 01 2022 01:36:52 UTC from rss <>

Subject: @TheKingAdRob: C is perfectly fine and y’all are just haters.

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https://twitter.com/TheKingAdRob/status/1520577966387961856

[#] Sat Apr 30 2022 23:48:07 UTC from rss <>

Subject: @magicalfeyfenny: errors in production code are perfectly fine if they're funny

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https://twitter.com/magicalfeyfenny/status/1520550596729720832

[#] Sat Apr 30 2022 23:33:34 UTC from rss <>

Subject: @dgregor79: The dragon book is not useful for modern compiler implementation and we should stop idolizing it

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https://twitter.com/dgregor79/status/1520546935488188416

[#] Sat Apr 30 2022 23:16:58 UTC from rss <>

Subject: @robotlolita: PLs should start treating users as creative humans and give them tools to express their creativity. This means not focusing too much on formal type system/semantic proofs at the expense of rich/adaptable/immediate feedback, exploration, users' emotions, feelings of safety, etc.

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https://twitter.com/robotlolita/status/1520542759144333316

[#] Sat Apr 30 2022 23:05:17 UTC from rss <>

Subject: @jfbastien: The OS is the best GC.

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https://twitter.com/jfbastien/status/1520539818542845952

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