> QuickCheck is a way to do property based testing using randomly generated input.
Super easy fuzzing in Rust 🦀: https://crates.io/crates/quickcheck
And I‘d much rather have the compiler shout at me than angry people because of a nil-pointer or whatever.
I love Go and I still think it‘s the best choice for most projects (due to its simplicity). But everyone I use Rust, I‘m delighted by the language design.
This is a great read. I do the same when facing complex problems.
The Myth and Magic of Generating New Ideas — https://www.newyorker.com/culture/annals-of-inquiry/the-myth-and-magic-of-generating-new-ideas
Private Equity company acquires .Org registry — https://domainnamewire.com/2019/11/13/breaking-private-equity-company-acquires-org-registry/
Replay, Apple Music Playlist with your most-played songs of the year. Loving it! — https://www.macstories.net/linked/apple-music-introduces-replay-a-rolling-playlist-of-your-most-played-music/
Nice to see Mastodon on BBC, hopefully this will get it even more traction.
A number of Indian Twitter users, including "influencers", are leaving the social media network for a little known alternative called Mastodon — https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-india-50343054
It’s super expensive, but it may replace my car on some occasions, which I like.
It‘s stuff like this that always make me want to evaluate emacs as a code editor: https://github.com/hlissner/doom-emacs
Then I’ve got shipped a completely different item, labelled as the one I ordered. Called customer service, they told me to send it back and sent me the correct item for free.
I sent it back and got a refund from them FOR THE ORIGINAL ITEM, so they didn’t even fix the label.