Windows accustomed software developer said one big benefit of Linux was its native support for docker.
Wasn't sure what I could say to that.

So I got angry at FPGA dev because verilog is a terrible language. I've seen the various higher level languages that generate verilog, but I'd rather have a language that was actually designed for FPGA dev.
How to build such a thing? My first thought is to find a way to generate a netlist easily. What might that be? Some sort of graph description language?

Announcing airbreak, a toolkit to jailbreak inexpensive CPAP machines to turn them into emergency #COVID19 ventilators by unlocking all operational modes and allowing custom software extensions.

It occurs to me that sci-fi humans must have amazing disease tech, otherwise why doesn't covid-19 happen every time long separated humans meet again?

Disney's "Fantasia" was released in 1940 (80 years ago) and is still not in the public domain.

Can anyone suggest more Haskell accounts I can follow?

Compared to my coworkers, I have only the most rudimentary SQL skills.
This ordered subselect is taking me hours to figure out.

should have my website show a message if you _don’t_ have an adblocker installed recommending that you get one

Today's Mac weirdness: when I create a second emacs frame, there's no way to navigate between two frames with Mac keybindings. I can only use other-frame in emacs.

I wish posts had a recurse center tag, I'd read those posts first.

I wish test suites were like build systems in that they would only run tests for the code that depends on the code I just changed.
Is that even possible?

Is there an easy way to switch input focus to a different display in Mac?
The only thing I've found is alt-tab until you choose the right application.
That's O(n) in number of apps, I want O(n) in number of displays.

Any suggestions for more people to follow?
I prefer Mastodon over Twitter for everything except the number of people.

I started on a DNS server in Haskell this past weekend, got hung up on binary serialization. I swear I need to write tutorials again for everything that's not immediately easy and simple to do.

I randomly found
This article claims Ubuntu has no native support for Linux?
It also claims Linux' proprietary Windows/OS X is expensive? What does that even mean?

Easy way to solve climate change from data centers is to put them on the moon. Many tasks just need to be done sometime soon. You'd get plenty of solar energy and it'd be easy to dump the heat.

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