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2019-05-24
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dharrigan07:05:58

Good morning, on a nice sunny day.

thomas07:05:39

Morning... sunny here as well.

maleghast08:05:33

Morning All! Greetings and good wishes from a very sunny Aberfoyle 🙂

dharrigan09:05:29

We should all get together for a beach party

jasonbell09:05:53

All depends on the beach….

dharrigan09:05:01

Falcarragh (or portsalon)

dominicm09:05:47

I fancy a picnic

alexlynham09:05:00

draws on cigarette, looks into distance don’t we all

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dharrigan10:05:44

That's very "noir" of you

dharrigan10:05:59

Imagines of Chinatown comes to mind

practicalli-john10:05:24

Every day is a party when you have a Clojure REPL 😀

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dharrigan10:05:33

Watching UK politics atm, is like watching a IRL GoT, but messier....

alexlynham11:05:30

given the number of minority people she’s deported, the grenfell deaths, the go home vans and her s**tshow handling of brexit, I could have done with a few more salty theresa tears tbh

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alexlynham11:05:26

still, I’ll take what I can get, life gives you a lemon and all that

alexlynham12:05:58

i hear that season 2 of brexit starts on june 10th

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alexlynham12:05:05

the sequel nobody was waiting for

thomas12:05:30

well, season 1 ended not exactly with a cliffhanger to be honest... it was all very predictable from the start.

thomas12:05:27

and the next PM will fail as well.

alexlynham12:05:31

it’s very difficult to gain momentum with the story when the protagonist is so unlikeable

rickmoynihan12:05:35

Yeah and the whole MV story line; did they really have to repeat that 4 times?! We got the idea after MV1 that nobody would ever agree on anything! Boring!! Move on! 💤 They really need some new writers.

practicalli-john12:05:22

I am waiting for Brexit to take its third PM victim... maybe even a fourth if Jeremy gets a turn as well.

thomas13:05:03

@jr0cket you really think the writers of this series won't come up with a new plot at some stage?

practicalli-john13:05:45

Nope... this plot has decades left in it...

practicalli-john13:05:33

I will enjoy the sub-plot of the conservative MP's arguing over who knows what BrExit is the most during their vote for a new Prime Minister... in the knowledge that all of them are clueless...

thomas13:05:58

I think the EU should grant a 100 year extension come October... that solves the problem for a looooong time.

practicalli-john13:05:05

I would like to see the EU make the UK retake the EU elections as the UK government prevented British people and EU residents from voting.

dharrigan13:05:15

wow, on the clojure mailing list, Rémi Forax is making a contribution to use invokedynamic

dharrigan13:05:21

that's exciting

reborg14:05:04

saw that too pretty amazing code

dharrigan15:05:37

Phew! My little talk of "Clojure" went well I think. People seemed excited

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dharrigan15:05:57

Talking about another language to a room full of programmers is exhausting

dominicm18:05:49

I'm searching for interesting articles on approaches to project management, with a focus on feature/bug tracking and the interface between business and development. I'm curious to know if this channel has any they would recommend?