Hi! I'm Jannis. (26, he/him, cis). I live in Heidelberg and work as a software engineer/SRE in Frankfurt am Main. I enjoy beautiful things. #introductions
I got fed up with always misremembering the syntax of xargs, or getting the semantics of shell for loops wrong across different shells. https://github.com/Xjs/foreach-line
food question for German residents (boosts plz!) Show more
my spouse and I are thinking of planning a trip to Germany for our 10 year anniversary next year, but she has Celiac -- are gluten free options common in Germany? even here, it's hit-and-miss, and whenever we go someone we worry about whether she'll have safe things to eat
In the holy name of Cthulhu, stop doing video tutorials!
They are useless, do not allow you to go in depth on a subject, and, unless your production values are top notch (read professional sound and image crew) will probably be horrible and a pain to watch.
If you care about a technical subject, please take the time to *write* about it and publish it on the Internet.
Laziness does not exist. But unseen barriers do: https://medium.com/@devonprice/laziness-does-not-exist-3af27e312d01
What the fuck did I just read? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bifurcation_memory
I had a double-shot cappuccino at home, like most days. Then I made a double coffee in the office, just because I liked the warm feeling of a large mug of coffee on a rainy day. About half an hour later, a colleague brought Кулич (some sort of russian Easter cake), so I had to refill my then-half-empty-and-lukewarm cup to have enough hot coffee to drink together with the pastries.
What state of mind had university put me in? Studying for my final oral exam – after already working full-time in the industry for about two years, thus studying being on some sort of hiatus – I just re-read a simple explanation of a concept from dynamical systems analysis, and found it very well put and easily understandable. I had never really understood the concept before.
I'm the guy who finds four-leaf clovers all the time.
chaos.social - because anarchy is much more fun with friends.
chaos.social is a small Mastodon instance for and by the Chaos community surrounding the Chaos Computer Club. We provide a small community space - Be excellent to each other, and have a look at what that means around here.
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