Listen... listen.

How about Blazor, but instead of Razor (which I'm not fond of), it's Vue, but instead of TypeScript we write C#? Compiled to Wasm.

Clean, reads well, easy to use, known life-cycle and flow, supports code-behind files cleanly.

Comeonnnnnnn please.

Starting off a Saturday with spam in our dev community Slack, that's annoying.

BTW: I ended up getting working drives from *ebay*, you've got to be kidding me.

I got *2* shipments of "new in box hard drives" that were actually used. 4 of them came from a pre-built server, all had I/O errors. 1 of them I didn't bother checking but came with the disk set in read-only mode and with a few thousand hours on it.

Amazon and Newegg.

Apparently Keybase has become a source for spam now that chat is the default, kind of amused.

Hacknight tonight, hyped about that. Need to get a lot of stuff done so I can nap so I can be recharged for it though.

I like how the story about how I got written up for saying "FFS" in a chat when I found a huge security/privacy issue being violated by employees now results in the ban hammer emoji being used every time someone says "FFS" 😂

Ultimately I'm not surprised about the whole Meetup situation, it's been something we've been wanting to avoid as a group for a long while, and now even easier to avoid.

I'm also a little bent out of shape that their cloud offering is cheaper... what?

@[email protected] Oh just noticed they are in Switzerland, no problem on that front then.

Also still waiting for @[email protected] to reach back out with that trial license.... sigh...

I've worked on projects more than 100k lines and they weren't large, hosting multiple projects means we're quickly spending 4 or even 5 figures, ouch... I'm hoping I'm being overly paranoid and the counts aren't as bad as I'm thinking they'll be.

On one hand I'm excited to check out the new features of @[email protected]'s developer edition offerings (branching was a big reason I stopped using SonarQube), on the other hand I'm really uncomfortable with their pricing structure.

Heads up when selling stuff from @[email protected], sell "access" to stuff and "Significantly Not As Described" claims should be automatically denied as per their policy, because you're selling "access" and not the product itself! @[email protected]

@[email protected] And word on this? Sucks to have to pay a professional because the product was:
1) The entirely wrong file
2) Not usable at all

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