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My new coworker keeps slamming the desk when he's angry, or going from quiet to loud *fast*.
He's been here two days, and he's been angry without warning on both those days.
Like it *does* bother me, but I'm also trying very hard at DBT so I don't get too upset?
Is this something someone without BPD would bring up?
When I was young, I thought coding was like witchcraft. You speak words and out come demons.
And now I'm older and I think coding was *exactly* like witchcraft - a lot of work goes into knowing what words to speak and you have to speak a *lot* of words.
I feel like I'm finally getting the hang of using where <T> in Rust, but I'm also finally learning that defining types in traits is super powerful.
But I also wish I'd realised this a lot earlier, because my last commit was +1k, -800, and I don't enjoy the sheer amount of changes.
I'm looking forward to stage 5
pub fn MultiplicationForVectorMatrix
pub fn MultiplicationForMatrixVector
Writing Generic Code in Rust, my attempts
Attempt 1: <T> **everywhere**
Attempt 2: Traits **everywhere**
Attempt 3: Impl Trait for <T>
Attempt 4: Impl Trait for <SpecificType1>, <SpecificType2>, ...
This might just be my new aesthetic
Making their cute piles of metal :)
Stalkers in subnautica are autistic don't @ me
99% of playing subnautica is saying "there's the bitch" when looking at a new plant
Let's start by saying I firmly believe in authorial intent as part of reading a text.
All my toots are gay.
also, phone's a fucking narc
"<Address> reported by this phone"
Good old consensual GDPR there Google.
it ended up even longer than that and I wish I hadn't used that binding in six places
then five minutes have passed and you're writing
<std::vec::Vec<ResultType> as tree_components::data_store::has_unique><Output=<std::vec::Vec<ResultType>>>
and that's _fine_
writing generics in Rust starts as a fun exercise
"Today, my function will be able to accept a category or a number. It'll be grea<T>"