productivity, rec request
any recommendations for free reads on productivity that aren't your typical allistic capitalism supporting corporate boomer bullshit (you know the type)?
i'm interested in substantiated data and strategies, not just something to make me feel good
ideally something that's relevant to those who see value in contributing to society (ie not the Get Rich and Successful fuckers)
being cognisant of privilege, marginalised populations, neurodiversity etc would be cool too
Virgin Media (UK) stores passwords in plain text, sends them through the mail
(submitted by molenzwiebel)
Rewriting a lot of my decision tree code after benchmarking Vec<Vec<T>> against an approach using multiple Vec<T>.
And now I'm rewriting what was a custom CSV importer, and realising a lot of it could just use the default CSV reader.
But like, I have a sense of pride that the whole tree uses a few libraries to generate random numbers, fnv, and regex and that's basically it?
we need to reclaim programming as something for everyone
we need to reclaim it as a thing to use for fun and as a personal tool, instead of something you learn for careers to impress corporations
computer programming should be a place where misogyny, sexism, corporations, and capitalism don't belong
Nan == Not a Number
NlaN == Nothing like a Number
NectaN == Not even close to a Number
NtbsnaaN == Nice try but still not actually a Number
NaNnotspaaNawnekaNiaNjooaeaaidp == Not a Number, not on the same planet as any Numbers, and would not even know a Number if a Number jumped out of an equation and ate its decimal point
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