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After I removed the cruft, my accomplishment seems less significant. :/ Meh, whatever. I'm still proud of myself. I finally feel like a rustacean!
The possibility of #Switter adopting a #PlatformCoop model has me remembering the saga of the #LustyLady #WorkerCoop peep show in SF years ago: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lusty_Lady#Worker_cooperative
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I couldn't sleep last night because I was thinking about Rust's ownership system. I like that everything is so explicit. Rust never copies data unless you tell it to. That's a nice relief from other languages where you're never really sure if a function call copies the data.
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We enjoy genuine conversation, because we can fit in all the words, finish our train of thoughts.
Get to know your community, and how they behave. See if you find something new and novel.
Settled on this metric which boils down to:
L(G) = Number of predicate conditions + Number of nested blocks + 1
I settled on this metric over others because it proves my point ;)
FP fan. Reluctant Go programmer. Aspiring Rust programmer. Builder of large scale services.
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