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Jasko my foray into "rural gigabit" led me to a surprisingly usable "FCC broadband map," that you can filter to 250mbps/1gbit speeds and see what parts of the country have availability as of 2019. I'm going to try to remember this in case I have to move one day
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Cole Hudson I was looking into the same thing not too long ago, I found quite a few state governments which had their own maps too: California (www.broadbandmap.ca.gov/), New York (gis.dot.ny.gov/hostingny/rest/services/BroadbandAvailability_WGS/MapServer), Utah (mapserv.utah.gov/broadband/), West Virginia (broadband.wv.gov/i...), etc.
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Enny John While web developers can easily build stuffs, do they think about finding business development guys just as biz dev guys are daily looking to connect with developer/CTO co-founders to co-create together?
Jasko I hear biz dev and I don't really know what you do, and maybe that goes both ways. A developer might specialize in only one field and it's hard to know what the other side knows or doesn't know -- what each side brings to the table and whether the benefits would be mutual.
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Jasko With WFH in effect due to covid19 (maybe forever), I would move somewhere remote/rural if I knew reliable fiber internet was available for reasonably cost (I pay $70/mo for gigabit in a metro area rn). Someone build me a real estate website that helps me find my dream home in the boonies.
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Jasko I find it weird that trending always indents/spaces replies, but linking to an individual message does not. This is especially confusing when you're in the middle of a tree of replies, and are unsure who is replying to who.
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Chris tap, tap, tap... is this thing on?
Jasko yes!
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Xyz go is not really close to C++ in terms of performance compared to Rust.; go is often around 3x-4x C++ speed, rust is on par with C++: Compare on benchmarksgame-tea...
Jasko this reads confusingly. "Go is 3X-4X C++ speed" sounds like go is 3-4x faster than C++. But I stared hard enough to realize you probably meant Go is slower. I hope.
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Ganesh Khade I found out, VS Code runs better on Mac OS somehow but not so on other systems, Elementary OS. Also, developers in developing countries tend to have, less powerful systems.
Jasko Makes sense. One day I hope to recommend this, but it's not quite ready (last time I tried): onivim.io
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Ganesh Khade What do you recommend, Vim, Sublime Text or VS Code for a newbie? I used to recommed VS Code, but everyone I recommend complained about, how slow it was than Sublime Text.
Jasko vs code hands down, and atom otherwise. if you're new, you don't need to be dropping $$ for a text editor imo. VIM after that.
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Jasko What web framework would you use to build something right now?
David I've been playing around with Svelte lately and having fun.
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