After like 2 yrs, I went back to check what's new in LoL. Nothing serious, client still crashes if I try to Alt+Tab on loading screen. But they have TFT, yesterday and today I tried it and it's weird and good. I like it. For the first time it was like, ok not bad, interesting logic but meh. On my 11th match, I ended up with a group where it was really interesting and I really enjoyed every single turn.
(it's like 0.0001% change they are on Mastodon, but thank you Taskuhirvi and hodude, it's was fun)
@selea Use a different schema? :P (obvious :colorscheme is mandatory for a real editor)
Need a Halloween costume idea? Here are some ideas generated by a neural net
I'm a monster.... with God powers XD #ffxiv
@Gargron <<< this is my absolute favorite
I'm so excited, today we had THE local government elections (mayors for cities/districts). 74,40% of the votes are already processed and it seems a lot of important districts and a lot of cities and Budapest (capital city) is not on the side of our government. It can be a huge icebreaker for the last 12ish yrs of Semi-dictatorial system. That can even give a fair chance for the next Presidential Election bcos they can't use cities for their own good.
This year I'm very bad at #hacktoberfest I'm just simply lazy and not motivated to do more coding than required :(
Hopefully I can catch up soon
@djsundog I like it!
@xabi If you have any questions, feel free to ask ;) I'm always happy to help others putting their feet on dev paths. (even if it's a language specific technical question, i know a shit ton of them).
@xabi Both frontend and backend requires the "chosen language" but on backend it's more important to know the language well.
@xabi You have basically three choices on web-dev:
- Backend: Chosen language (above). Here you will face HTML way less, most likely never, but that's not how the marker works
- FullStack: you know both Frontend and Backend
@xabi If you ask it like 2yrs ago would say go with PHP,it has very big market-capacity. today I would say the same as @snder, pick one:
PHP,Ruby,Python. Go is also on a big rise now (at least I receive a few offer), but it's mostly HTML-less only API jobs. Maybe PHP is the easiest to get a job, with Ruby you can get a bit higher salary but harder to get a job, Python is maybe a bit more salary but a bit more harder. With Go it's the hardest I think but maybe you can get the highest pay. [cont]
Last night, my dream was in a very interesting format... It was kinda Scott Pilgrim style and I did not even realize that until the very end when I recognized I went through 6 of my arch-enemies in my life already (for example Smoking, not accepting myself as I am). It was a huge trip and I did not expect that at all. I learned a lot from this dream. Other than enemies, all the "cuts", the storytelling, "NPCs", locations were so random, but viewing the whole picture it was a Scott Pilgrim style.
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