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Tunapunk @wasamasa@niu.moe

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I'm a software engineer who went from backend to frontend development. I enjoy most, but have dabbled in too many to list. I speak 🇩🇪 🇬🇧 🇷🇺. Things fascinating me:

- japanese and soviet-era culture

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This is a great example of the scenario and feels I mentioned previously. From Oyasumi Punpun

I'm quite enjoying reading Norwegian Wood by . Unlike most of my previous reads I'm taking my time to let the scenarios and feels sink in. Doesn't look like I'll make it through the book until that book club's meeting, but I don't really care.

Needless to say, but the board games meetup was a great success! I might show up again, but next time with my backpack.

Why do I feel naked without my backpack and a Thinkpad inside? Aren't smartphones powerful enough to be a temporary replacement?

I'm considering going to a different place than the hacker space. Fediverse, how does a board games meetup sound?

It is the oddest feeling to wake up an hour before the alarm clock goes off, with plenty sleep passed. If only I wouldn't lay around for one or two hours...

Too lazy to get hot water or ice cubes, so I'm waiting for the room to cool off while drinking lukewarm water with fresh mint leaves :blobtea:

It's sad, but Simula-67 is no good for implementing MAL with it. It fails at I/O as it's impossible to faithfully read from stdin and reading from files is designed for unserializing numbers. Let's see whether ALGOL-68G, Modula-3 and Oberon are any better.

> No lexical token may consist of more than 72 characters.

Still better than for ancient C where function names were truncated to six characters (explaining names like strtok).


I finally fixed the most annoying default, C-p not immediately triggering in bash. It turns out they use C-p C-q as escape sequence. I suspect everyone on their dev team uses arrow keys in terminal emulators :thinking_rms:


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