I just need a little confirmation before hanging my "THE YEAR OF THE LINUX DESKTOP HAS ARRIVED!" banner.
I spent like a month refining some basic AI for a game ... down to like 5 lines of code ... tight, but like once every 10000 times it hit, it would render the wrong result.
I had comments saying something "You already fucked with this for a month ... don't try to work that bug out - it's just going to stay there. All you'll do is piss yourself off again. Accept the bug and move on"
If there are any other choices, I'd be interested in those too.
Here is a tool from my #Dashlane friends that allows you to easily check if your Google accounts are part of the breach.
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