where were you when you found out the UK's track and trace software (which cost 12 billion quid) has excel as a backing database
sadly there is a backlog of cases which were untracked because they exceeded the excel row limit
worry not, they have solved the problem and are now using two excel files to keep track of people
Ah, yes, the fantastic technological world we live in...
where Microsoft Excel is incel software that assumes everything is a date, and biologists insists on using it even though it mangles gene names (by “converting” them to dates)
The obvious solutions is clearly to rename the entire human genome to work around broken software:
Whenever [specially the electron] people talk about "unused ram is wasted ram"
It's already the OS's job to manage system ram, not your program
Stop assuming your program is the only thing running, yes the machine has 16GB of ram, which should let it run many more programs at once, not two or three bloated program
If you are going to use resources, it has to be for something useful like actually intensive work, not just for backing your badly made framework that is idling most of the time
Just looked at some projects on Github and saw that the site no longer advertises a standard git command to copy for repo cloning. Now they encourage the use of 'Github CLI' with the syntax of 'gh repo clone'.
No doubt it's a wrapper around git that will slowly gain features that git won't add because there is no need for them.
They are no longer a 'git hub', they are a 'repo space'.
All leading to the classic, Embrace, Extend, Extinguish.
"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko