Been working on an automatic item tracker for the ALttP randomizer when using the #SD2SNES. Finally got it to the point where I think it might be useful for other people, even though it’s definitely not complete yet: https://github.com/jhelwig/sd2snes-lttp-rando-tracker #ALttPR
please try mewing today if you have never done it before! it is fun. you do not have to be a catte to do a mew!
This is amazing, we evolved the alphabet from pictograms to highly stylized characters to letters and now we're going full circle by incorporating emojis such as 🐂 that thousands of years earlier became "a" and 🐟 that became "d"
How is she not already a superhero?
I wish I had the money to use Oracle SQL databases. I’d still use postgres everywhere, but damn we could spend that cash on so many other nice things
Fellow Portland OR folks, please note that there's a rally happening on 1/14 to push for municipal broadband in PDX. A municipal solution can help us protect net neutrality and put users first.
If this is an approach you support, the event details are over on FB (no account required to view): https://www.facebook.com/events/1775718709399941/
I'll be there :)
Are any of you interested in having your cat featured in an upcoming issue of The Recompiler? I always need submissions for our Cats & Computers page (what sort of computer your cat is hanging out with is up to you!). Email pics and photo credit to email@example.com
Any illustrators looking for a weekly gig? We'd like to try having a doodle for each episode of The Recompiler podcast (recompilermag.com/podcast). You'd have 2-3 days from topic to finished graphic on each one. Send a portfolio link to firstname.lastname@example.org
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If you can spare some money to back a feminist hacker zine, "The Recompiler" sounds worth it imo :)
I haven't read it yet myself, but I'll give it a try... if it gets funded.
34 hours and about $ 5k to go.
Well, I guess in light of recent layoffs (not me...yet, but a significant number of people on my product) there isn’t much point in being discreet about this any more…
I’m looking for my next gig. Senior software developer, with ops expertise. ~10 years experience. Feel free to share. PDX/Remote preferred.
UI/UX things that are overlooked but make life better -
My microwave's turntable rotates at a rate such that, when you cook for 30 second intervals [30s, 1m, 1m30s, etc.] the turntable returns to the same orientation.
This means that if you put in a mug with a handle towards the door, the handle will be towards the door when you're done with most common durations.
It's the little things like that that show that someone paid attention to how an interface is used.