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daddy32 @lemmy.world
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bash-dungeon: An educational dungeon crawler in the shell
  • I know this is not a good way to get community approval around here, but: Chatgpt can write that for you. My bash-fu increased tremendously since it exists and I script everything now. In the past, it would end up with having an idea and also fear of failure. Now every scripting idea gets to be implemented and executed.

  • Toxicity
  • TIL, 'venom' and 'poison' are not the same thing.

    Poison is a toxin that gets into the body via swallowing, inhaling or absorption through the skin.
    Venom is a specialised type of poison that has evolved for a specific purpose. It is actively injected via a bite or sting.

  • What are the crazy adventures you want to try in your life?
  • That's sounds vaguely like "anhedonia". You can try refreshing your interest in the hobbies you used to like. Joining your friends / relatives in their hobbies. Staying in the nature is always great, as long the nature is not hostile at your place. Staying around people, interacting with them, observing their lives, problems and joys. You'll find something that suits you.

  • Question: Looking for a gif/video - programmer's life played by handyman

    update: this is the clip: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=AbSehcT19u0 Many thanks to @Krill.

    Good day everyone! A long time ago, while working as a full-time programmer, I saw a short funny clip that I could totally identify with and that brilliantly described what daily frustrations programmes face in a way that non-programmers could understand. Description below. Thing is, I was unable to find it since and it frustrates me to no end and is hampering my ability to describe programming work to other people. Though I no longer program for a living, so I should not care. Anyway.

    Video description (vague, from failing memory): A handyman reaches for his equipment but finds out it is not plugged in, so he reaches for the plug, only to find it broken. He proceeds to get the replacement / fix from the drawer but its handle breaks and stays in his hand. Bang, final title: the daily life of a programmer.

    Or something like that. Please help.

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