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deleted by user submitted by yeahnahmaybewhatever to IAMA

qwertyuiop924 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago

Wait, drop bears are a real thing? I thought those were made up. Why would I think that? Am I stupid? No, I have only read about them in a fantasy book. The Last Continent, I think. Which would make sense.

Voat right now submitted by thegreatgabbi to funny

qwertyuiop924 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago

I hope voat becomes kind of like the the second page of the internet: a place most people have heard of, but that is still small enough to be fun, and not full of active trolls.

Voat right now submitted by thegreatgabbi to funny

qwertyuiop924 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago

Um... Mono, anybody? Also, MS open sourced large portions of .NET, so consider C# PROPRIETARY NO LONGER!* Now we just need to make the code linux-compatible if it isn't already...

  • well, the spec is controlled by one company, but it's still open source

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"The Colour of Magic" by Terry Pratchett submitted by romanberla to audiobookclub

qwertyuiop924 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

Listen to anything by terry pratchett. However, Terry has gone on record saying that you should not start with the first discworld books, as they were the worst. So go listen to Guards! Guards! Before you listen to this.

Is it worth spending the time to learn Emacs today? submitted by ron_weasley to programming

qwertyuiop924 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

IDK about java, but learning emacs is totally worth it. The learning curve on the basics isn't so bad, and you only have to learn what you decide you need to. The more you learn the more efficient you are. Learning elisp also totally pays off, as you are learning to script and add capabilities to one of the most powerful editors in existance. Also, if you do learn emacs, get flycheck, exuberant ctags, and projectile. And you thought your IDE could do project management well...

If you want a simpler learning curve, or just can't wrap your brain around elisp, github's atom editor is worth a look. It's less powerful, but if you're not on a *nix box, you probably won't notice.

Longtime /. -> Digg -> Reddit User submitted by shadwell to introductions

qwertyuiop924 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

Yeah, I know. It's really weird. I'm 14, and I'm MORE mature than internet average (and if you think internet average is bad, tune into /r/programming or comp.* and hear the sweet sound of programmers fighting). I hope voat doesn't get big so we don't fall to IA.