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😶🌫️ Gianguido Funnily enough they did, although for a brief moment. Which IMO is good, usually that question tends to derail the conversation. Carmack seems very composed and anchored to practicality.
😶🌫️ Gianguido Highly recommend listening to the Carmack interview by Lex Fridman, if you're into podcasts. It's quite long (almost 5 and a half hour!) but well worth the listen.
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😶🌫️ Gianguido Tomorrow marks the beginning of vacations! 12 days without work. Sweet.
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♦️ Robert Unlike Monero.
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🤦♂️ Patrick Williams What do you think about web3 platforms like hackernoon or hive.blog?
😶🌫️ Gianguido Going no-news has been a great choice for my mental health. Muuuuch less anxiety!
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Zero Edge This thread on hackernews has me completely baffled: news.ycombinator.c... . I cannot imagine debugging without a debugger. People in the thread act like step debugging you simply step through the entire code and don't simply place breakpoints at the places you want to look. I am so confused... I mean I use print every once in a while but I cannot imagine the kind time I would waste not using a proper debugger. Maybe I am just spoiled using Visual Studio and other modern ide's suck? You're telling me you print an entire hash table to inspect a few elements for improper data??
😶🌫️ Gianguido Just yesterday I was working on a niche system, trying to debug a piece of code running on said system: I wish I had a debugger handy. The reality is sometimes you simply don't have one available, and the only alternative is adding printf's, recompile, flash/run... it gets tiring but that's the way it is!
👨💻 Skyler What has been the best place you've visited in Europe by train?