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Corey Porter
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Fixed-width fonts and friction shifting, only and always except when not.
Fixed-width fonts and friction shifting, only and always except when not.

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"The CERT/CC is currently unaware of a practical solution to this problem. Please see the npm Blog for details and also consider the following workarounds...."

Wait, aside from vendoring, or pinning versions instead allowing minor updates, you mean? Ignoring, of course, that you'd have to change the normal use pattern of all of npm's users.

(I'm not sure why I find all of this npm nonsense so interesting, as I've already found a sure-fire workaround to any and all node.js-related woes.)
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I can't decide what I like the most about this story. Is it the valuable lesson about vendoring your dependencies? Is it the fact that it somehow makes sense to package up left-padding a string in Javascript? Maybe it's the ease with which you can cause mayhem by un-publishing a package. Either way: story of the day.
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I hear there's already an awesome named tuple implementation, pre-C++11 even -- `struct`. Check it out. Great support across all major compilers.
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It's basically the old name and shame.
curl | sh
curl | sh
curlpipesh.tumblr.com
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Really digging this year's CPPCON talks so far, and pleased to see a "let's look at the assembler" keynote along with Herb and Bjarne's (also quite good) "here's how you write safe, high-level C++" talks.
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Often momentarily bummed by cool looking abstracts for talks at conferences that I can't make it to, but then I remember that every single talk ever ends up online and that's a better format for me, anyway.
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A pleasing amount of bit shifting/masking going on at home today.
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7.2.2.2 doesn't appear to be a quick skim sort of a thing.
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Is it bad that I think this is a feature of WebAssembly? If you want to learn how to do something well, maybe copying the first thing you see that works isn't the best approach. (Note: Not 100% serious. I get that there's a lot to be learned from stepping through other peoples' code.)
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Posting this for +Michael Schuresko. CMU's DARPA Robotics Challenge team put up a perfect score today. They're running again tomorrow, probably in the afternoon.
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