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.
@[email protected] you really need to set up autopay, @[email protected] has some wonderful tools for managing that. https://twitter.com/ChattBystander/status/1143929712810610689
@[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
Company was supposed to give us contracts, ends up sending documents we can't use, end up having to pay a lawyer to draft up new docs. @[email protected] declines case because the unusable docs were "materially similar" (eg: it's text in a document!) even though legally unusable.
We're excited to announce Microsoft Windows Subsystem for Linux 2. 😄
IHG gave my login credentials to someone else named 'Sam Lachance'. I received an email today with a hotel reservation receipt. I did not make this reservation. I called customer support and they said that someone else named Sam Lachance made this reservation (1/x) @[email protected]
Snippet from #Devanooga chat:
Semver is an *efficient* way of me communicating how much this patch should fuck you over as a dev.
X.x.x <--- a whole fucking lot
x.X.x <--- not at all but yummy features
x.x.X <--- I'm probably *unfucking* something.
Sage advice #dotnetcore
Making the important/difficult changes in the community.
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