It's beautiful! #keyboard
Episode 38 of the Jeff Reads His Book #podcast was released yesterday! Listen in as Margaux giggles at her newfound attraction and I explain why Brian sucks.
My #mac mini lately has been entirely unresponsive every morning... I'm not exactly sure what's happening, but I think it's some sort of dev tools update.
@salixlucida "plus special tax relief for shoppers who pay by a special mobile app created by the national government"
that sounds really creepy/bad.
Episode 33 of the Jeff Reads His Book #podcast is out! Feel the tension as one of our love-struck heroes fails to ask out another (so exciting...)! Another magic-free episode of a podcast that combines fantasy and staff meetings!
@sir I appreciate the warning. I was thinking about one of these as my next machine, but I was truly concerned about support from a company as small as Raptor. Sounds much like what I expected.
Episode 32 of the Jeff Reads His Book #podcast is out! If you enjoy dialog during meals and awkward moments, then this episode is for you!
@starbreaker eh, I hate upgrades...
@kot never upgraded because it works! Well, it did work...
No reason other than that, though.
iTunes keywords for today's Jeff Reads His Book #podcast...
My #Debian 8 desktop is becoming harder and harder to work with. Python on this machine has a "pip" that no longer works...
@ParadeGrotesque try Sublime Text sometime, in that case. I love it!
I don't know, though... Visual Studio Code doesn't "data process" my personally identifiable information like in your license agreement you posted...
@ParadeGrotesque Here's some Python support in a Fortran IDE...
@ParadeGrotesque I'm extremely biased as I write, maintain, and sell a Fortran IDE (which has some Python support, including not-so-great Python auto-suggestions).
I use Simply Fortran for almost everything (C, Lua, Python) (yes, I dog-food my product).
But I also love Visual Studio (on Windows) and Visual Studio Code. When I was a regular Java programmer, I adored Eclipse, though everyone told me I was wrong.
I've played with Wing for Python, and it's slick.
I do love Sublime, though.