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I have to go back to work today. I've enjoyed taking two days off in the middle of the week.
Haven't had a day off yet - considering it 'tho. But with a young kid, and with lock-in, with no-where to go...what do? what do?
I did the front and back lawns yesterdays, a bunch of reading, shopping, litter boxes, trash & recycling... Got a lot done over the last two days! We also finished season 2 of Star Trek TOS and we're six episodes into season 3 now 🙂
I am hopeless with musical instruments -- very sad, since I love music. Learned trumpet at school (I was awful). Bought a synth to learn keyboards and eventually gave it away to a friend. Borrowed my dad's guitar for years and never could get a tune out of it...
(the friend I gave the synth to could play anything ... so frustrating to watch but also very impressive!)
I too have lofty aspirations....I too did trumpet at school and piano...and guitar....I'm not a rock star megagod.....yet
The most impressive bits of music I've ever played, are when I've programmed a computer 🙂
The CDs were left in England when I emigrated. I only took about 100 with me and I've brought maybe another 200 over since. The rest I gave away.
Morning. Another member of the league of ex-trumpeters here. I'm sure it's just coincidence that our neighbours moved away whilst I was learning. :face_with_rolling_eyes:
I don't remember much about my old trumpet teacher, I just wasn't that into it I suppose.
I doubt that I could learn to play an instrument now unless it was electronic and I could use headphones. As a child, one doesn't care about such matters.
My father had the dedication to teach himself piano, guitar, and violin. He composed music too (I have two collections of his piano pieces).
He taught himself a lot about computers too. I think he could have learned to program if he felt inclined. He never ever touched a computer until he was in his 70's.
(if (some #(= "source" %) fields) (conj (remove #(= "source" %) fields) "source-id" "source-type") fields))
so mapcat will apply the function and if it comes across "source", then of course the if (true) will fire, otherwise, it'll return the element
was beefing cos something would be a one-liner in clj and then was like there is nested destructuring in JS wooop
As @dominicm says you’ll get more clarity if fields is a set:
(if (fields "source") (-> fields (disj "source") (conj "source-id" "source-type")) fields)
Yes, it’s widely supported as clojure has done this for a long time… see e.g.
this is a blow that I completely missed at the time https://www.glasgowlive.co.uk/news/glasgow-news/tunnocks-factory-shuts-down-production-17979885
well at least they haven't gone in to liquidation, there is still hope for the future
sadly nothing instant... but we do have the wherewithal to make some of these https://sallysbakingaddiction.com/no-bake-chocolate-peanut-butter-bars/
I used to be a member of the Tunnock's wafer society at St Andrews, the Scots have a proper appreciation of these things
It’s a real pain that the Caramel Wafers without the chocolate (and no, coconut does not make me happy) were discontinued.
sorry to lower the tone:
error on Windows What is your favourity way to get a Windows JVM to tell you what dlls it has been able to load? (my first choice would have been SystemInternals Process Explorer; but apparently I'm not allowed to use it on site(!))
I'm trying to diagnose a `java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: example.dll: Can't find dependent libraries
what else could I use? I was sorta hoping java/bin/jmap might help, but I don't seem to be able to work itt