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programming and exclamation marks. she/her. zines at https://t.co/3H2JOEbcPi.

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@ldoreno it's because i don't put dates on articles that aren't that related to the date they were written @webKnjaZ yeah the site takes a couple of minutes to update when I make changes :) @webKnjaZ oops i meant to take that out of the post but it was this haha https://t.co/yuF2OEpn61 @blerpogram maybe what's unclear is that "When the z-index property is not specified on any element" doesn't mean t… https://t.co/XGY5blDThH @blerpogram totally! i made a minimal example demonstrating the situation: https://t.co/xSZjYozIji @blerpogram because the two elements were in different stacking contextswhen debugging, your attitude matters https://t.co/UseM2m2WTm @TaelurAlexis i really like using this for things like coordinates! like in this little turtle graphics class I've… https://t.co/czImkKPheS @programming_guy 24for my last few zines I've hired a test reader who goes through every page and points out things that are confusing… https://t.co/tY7cRrTzN0got a bunch of editing work on the containers zine done today! improved a bunch of explanations that I wasn't 100%… https://t.co/UY7IdUOtim
4/2
2020
@arshia__ ooh that looks so good! @IkramKhurram yep! https://t.co/8PGrceUyWx https://t.co/ioand9dHcw @arshia__ we've been making flatbread to eat with zaatar and it's GREAT and super simple @marklit82 are your kids actually interested in using perf? super curious about this, this is a zine that I assumed… https://t.co/CVi2b36C5YI just watched @jensimmons' resilient CSS series to start out and it was SO GOOD. I feel like I understand the mind… https://t.co/X88I10TvUT @iloveclair I just watched this series and it helped me a lot! https://t.co/6wF2pSpuhg @alicetragedy thank you!! I'd never heard of layout land, super excited to watch the videos @dreamjordan2 what do you want to know about microservices? @iloveclair one question I have (that probably doesn't have a simple answer) is -- how do people approach cross-bro… https://t.co/P0wWiRA8Jx @nicholasbs omg thank you! I've been looking for ways to participate a little bit :) @jnesselr @jurichome yeah I love tailwind!I'm trying to get a bit better at CSS -- does anyone know of good videos/streamers? I want to get a better sense of… https://t.co/EPzy943caK
4/1
2020
@busk3r @daeken @TomNomNom i also wrote https://t.co/P4M42Ev3Gg on how to *answer* questions well! i'm a bit wary… https://t.co/GybykaYNO0 @TaelurAlexis also meuf is verlan (https://t.co/didxpUALPD) which is an interesting thing that doesn't exist in English! @TaelurAlexis I found this translation of truth hurts by lizzo that translates "that bitch" as "cette meuf" https://t.co/FOlO5Ai6zs
3/31
2020
@DavidStOnge right here is good! I understand French. @alandooz emailed @gumroad to ask them to look into it, thanks! @vasssek_ @SQLPerfTips yeah you can do it with window functions, look up "cumulative sum window functions" or something @nickovivar awesome!!
3/30
2020
(this giveaway is brought to you by the thousands of people who have bought Bite Size Linux over the last few years, thank you so much!!)this morning I'm giving away 1500 copies of my "Bite Size Linux" zine! As usual it's on the honour system -- if $10… https://t.co/4gsASLazOo @0x11eaea yes!! I have only sewed on buttons and I'd love to know a little more
3/29
2020
@alandooz which files are duplicated?
3/27
2020
I'm pleased to announce Elle, a black-box, linear-time checker for transactional (or single-key!) consistency model… https://t.co/T8yvBJGBFZ
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3/26
2020
@b0rk @ebzero89 @dsXLII The tests have likely been using IPv4 or the IPv4 loopback interface, and UDP over IPv4 has… https://t.co/fHE8oKx23t
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3/25
2020
@amyhoy also this might be obvious but the power of comics (vs a different medium like a graph) is that it lets peo… https://t.co/129v3ZhCyS @amyhoy one epidemiology question that could be maybe be included is -- what's the actual chance any individual tod… https://t.co/xBrxUfAWOm @amyhoy with teaching computer things i like to focus on the feelings people are having and then discuss the facts… https://t.co/Qpmpgfu4t6 @amyhoy to me the patient 31 story from south korea is really scary/powerful -- the idea that i might be carrying i… https://t.co/0YpSBkiFdZ @LucasBrunialti thanks, fixed
3/24
2020
@jpallas added the firewall reason (and made it more clear there are other reasons), thanks! @wouter_verhelst I can't tell if people actually find this answer confusing or if they're just nitpicking @dotwaffle thanks that's a way better answer than trying to talk about MTU, fixed @DavidGlaude i always appreciate replies from people telling me things that aren't correct! making clear & short &… https://t.co/0OkcCh68hS @andy_kelley @ebzero89 @dsXLII actually i'm being silly here, udp packets have a length field that's 16 bits so that's the max size @andy_kelley @ebzero89 @dsXLII import socket sock = socket.socket(https://t.co/CIIlHH3I3R_INET, socket.SOCK_DGRAM)… https://t.co/lqAIIG0DXf @ebzero89 @dsXLII how would you send a 1000000 byte packet? i tried to send a 70,000 byte udp packet on localhost a… https://t.co/c1eeEsl6jt @altorres75 hmm i don't think i've ever heard anyone use the term 'tcp segment' in a conversation about networking @classicwebdog yeah, a mix of 125ml and 250ml. we've been using mason jars for spices for maybe 6 years and I really like it! @EricaJoy this is our spice drawer! https://t.co/4BiEy4Uufm @patrickxrivera thanks! I'm considering a model something like $12 for a week of daily networking flashcards (15 fl… https://t.co/f9ePxqs942 @medecau not sure yet! @newkozlukov I fixed that, thanks! @dsXLII thanks, i updated it to mention jumbo frames. @imacg good point, fixed it! @graphiclunarkid good point, fixed! @arcatan yep that's another reason! @nanaze haha that's what I get for trying to type in a link instead of copying and pasting, thanks! @raybellis @neirbowj @guedou good point, fixed, thanks!
3/23
2020
@Paul_IPv6 @ISCdotORG thanks so much for the examples, I hadn't thought about any of those problems! @Paul_IPv6 @ISCdotORG can you tell me 1 specific problem that happens when using CNAMEs? i'd be super interested to… https://t.co/PXTETWqlyR @PullJosh yeah, sometimes there are TLD outages! this blog post talks about an example of a TLD outage:… https://t.co/DpK3A1IeuA @Paul_IPv6 @ISCdotORG hmm I don't understand what you're saying -- what are the problems you've run into with CNAMEs? @Paul_IPv6 @ISCdotORG oh, i meant https://t.co/3Me7F8AMuy as the value of the cname record, need to make that more clear I guessAre you interested in learning Prolog? Now's your chance. I'm looking at repeating the large online Prolog class we… https://t.co/PoPKqRO6E8
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3/22
2020
@sh4rkface @razzzle oh yeah that makes sense! @sh4rkface awesome! in my experience they're a great jumping off point to have a discussion that helps everyone learn things @sh4rkface @razzzle I can download https://t.co/3Me7F8AMuy's certificate with `openssl s_client -connect… https://t.co/3HkVZ8b8Xn @mbessey thanks, fixed! @groktrev thanks, I changed that card to point out that employers can spy on you (but that as long as your browser… https://t.co/wC1sYLGKoI @hpux it's something I made myself @BentTerp thanks, I wasn't thinking about client certificates! @vghaisas thanks! I think I fixed it? @chaimtime i looked at a https://t.co/3Me7F8AMuy certificate on my computer and it looks to me like it's signed by GlobalSign Root CA - R2 @baloose hmm in what way are they not the same though? (like -- SSL 3.0 is different from TLS 1.0 is different from… https://t.co/Wlwk6HCtc7 @baloose thanks, "website" is the wrong word there -- I meant a SAN. will fix it. @razzzle nope! the private key isn't part of the TLS certificate (even though you need the private key to use the certificate)some new flashcards are up, this time on TLS! https://t.co/v9mfL9vrHJ https://t.co/a5C5utxmbb
3/21
2020
@tapankavasthi no, but I'm planning to sell some print copies myself directly @ezeetester yeah the free copies ran out @lazerwalker amazing I will! i'm obsessed with the baingan bharta recipe in that book @lazerwalker @macdonst ooh I have that cookbook!! maybe that's the next thing I'll make from it :D
3/20
2020
@bycalvinphoto yeah, this is my channel: https://t.co/NwzeU112Gt @k1monfared you can just buy one yeah! @chofter that's actually how it works already basically -- for everyone who buys the zine, I aim to give away 1 fre… https://t.co/khz2Amg7GUtonight I'm giving away 1200 copies of my "bite size command line" zine! As usual it's on the honour system -- if $… https://t.co/cyL8C47yip @matobago https://t.co/eK9JnL1Vrx https://t.co/olwC8HnWHI
3/19
2020
@ZRaadsato notability on ipad @olshansky containers (in this sense) are a linux-only feature so there's no way to make a mac version of this scri… https://t.co/nOMDwTw757 @dathanvp if you want them all collected together I'll be releasing a collection of all of them soon -- you can sig… https://t.co/zB9gqbJ2teso far 4000 of you have signed up to get weekly comics from me every saturday! you can sign up here:… https://t.co/wEnj68EWZv @gagliardi_vale i'll announce it on this (announcement-only) list when it is! https://t.co/8g28AFEIRS @GerritASmit Not for a while probably. I'm working on it, but very slowly. @CraigEwert @samnewman i don't know that much about the history -- namespaces are a linux feature (since 2002) and… https://t.co/ek2NIMFMId @GerritASmit it's not released yet but I'll announce it at https://t.co/u8rIe71OcP when it's done!how containers work: namespaces https://t.co/N8nA1d0YtW @SimiStern I'm working on releasing it but it's not out yet! you can sign up to get an email when it's out at https://t.co/u8rIe71OcP @pettyranch what's the name of the variety of avocado in this video? https://t.co/fgpqMpAhlv (i've seen a similar l… https://t.co/aAKoaWiaIAI wrote a blog post on the "???" in the "making container IPs work from a different computer is complicated" panel… https://t.co/CfR4KammYK
3/18
2020

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