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Oh no. Am I going to be forced into learning Go when I actually do not like the language?
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To be clear, I am strongly defending Go's goals, and not as much defending Go or claiming that it is fully achieving those goals. I don't fully agree with the Go designers' estimation of what is and is not suitable for a language with those goals. But I'm not convinced there's any other language out there right now which fulfills Go's worthy goals better.
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OMG I just discovered lein-try how did I live without this?
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The last motorcycle (Frankenbike) drives of into the sunset. Sold to a railway signaling tech in Belle Plain.
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It is indeed. When I take it out of its case it says to me in its quiet, alien voice "may the force be with you".
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Data is not knowledge. Knowledge is not understanding. Understanding is not meaning.
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Meaning is not truth. Truth is not wisdom. Wisdom is not omniscience.
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I know this is "me too" but it's cool that Jython has reached 2.7 status.
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Kubernetes is the armed truce of cloud computing. It gives people the idea that they can exquisitely control the entire stack while simultaneously giving them the illusion that they can orchestrate their own cloud. In reality the amount of fooling around you’ll do to your stack before you’re out of business will prevent you from getting burned by thinking you have the same infrastructure that Google has when it comes time to orchestrate your Kubernetes-powered cloud.

Step 1: get your business idea to run on App Engine

Step 2: migrate to App Engine Managed VMs if you need more computational space per instance and specialty library support

Step 3: once you got this far you’re allowed to think about Kubernetes and Docker.

Everyone thinks they need to go straight to step 3. It’s kind of silly.

If you have a legacy app you want to put in the cloud, how have you orchestrated it till now? A replicating database cluster with custom load balancers, sprinkle a few firewalls here and there with another custom cluster of web servers with their own bespoke config for load balancing? Very heterogenous. Typically the kind of orchestration you want for those you can't easily do with Kubernetes anyway so step 3 is almost like starting over regardless.
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"In software development I’ve never [found that with enough cash you can do anything]. You have to prioritize." http://bit.ly/1eTxzzD
Steve Jobs had a well documented 2008 tirade where he fired the MobileMe leadership team for their terrible product rollout. A good quote: "Can anyone tell me what MobileMe is supposed to do? So wh...
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Yeah I was impressed too. The axiom was something I believed instinctively but had never heard verbalized before.
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The saddest thing about the desire to colonize mars is that it might actually be easier to accomplish than trying to address climate change, a REAL problem for the apes with thumbs.
Earthlings are fragile, demanding, and germy, not obviously suited to life elsewhere. Credit Illustration by Script & Seal
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Of course nobody can predict the future but I feel fairly sure that will be to late.
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The house across the street that burned down yesterday morning. It's probably not salvageable.
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Think so.
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You see, wire telegraph is a kind of a very, very long cat. You pull his tail in New York and his head is meowing in Los Angeles. Do you understand this? And radio operates exactly the same way: you send signals here, they receive them there. The only difference is that there is no cat.
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Excellent work. However they're swamped in the summer and it can be almost impossible get an appointment. Sometimes it can take a month or more to get your bike back but the work is solid. I had a bike that had its entire front end redone (hit a 9-point buck at 50 mph) several years ago. Ran beautifully ever since.
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Marc L from Uptown did a great job explaining to me my options, how I could be more frugal and telling me what the risks are of postponing a repair. I never felt pressured or scared into making a decision. I felt like he was honestly concerned with helping me make the best choices I could given the budget I have. He didn't hide or spin what he thought of the some of the plumbing situation I was in, both financially and risk-wise which made me feel I could trust him. I think we will continue to use Uptown and will ask for Marc specifically if he's available for the foreseeable future.
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Awesome Peruvian-skewed cuisine! Bare bones decor, but has an awkward grace to it anyway. Very reasonable prices. My new favorite place.
Food: ExcellentDecor: GoodService: Excellent
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Owner could use a course in customer service but the store is well outfitted for urban needs. Employees are knowledgeable and friendly.
Quality: Very GoodAppeal: Very GoodService: Very Good
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