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This is an oldie and not a very well known one, even though it got good reviews at the time.
I was thinking about some music I listened to back in the day and I thought of... What was the name of that band?
For some reason I remembered bands like Ninnghizhidda and Hrossharsgrani, but I couldn't remember Grimfist for the life of me
All I knew is they had a circular saw on their album cover and they played thrash metal.
"Circular saw album cover" mostly gives you circular saws, adding "metal" somewhere in the search terms isn't doing much good either.
But after a few tweaks I found it
It's still pretty awesome and it has been on my Spotify playlist since.
SOTW because they're awesome and because it's nice I found them after all those years
Cryptic, I think - it's not a themed week.
I suspect the clue is the song title, and that should give us the band / artist, but I'm nowhere.
I was trying to work with "Folsom Prison Blues" but that doesn't fit at all.
"I have no idea what I did, but I'm taking full credit for it." - ThisOldTony
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I'm way too lazy to do Test Driven Dev. I like immediate satisfaction.
But I'm a fan of dogfooding. For those outside microsoft land that means using the stuff you make for your own real world things before release.
It's a royal pain though, precisely because it is good at driving bugs out of hiding.
Unfortunately, because of the complexity of Slang, any real world project with it is the total house that jack built - there's a half dozen steps to go through before reproducing anything, and sometimes bugs only crop up when i use a slang powered tool as a pre-build step which means no debugger.
I can't tell you how many times now I've had to copy the file contents of my Slang Tokenizer from github because my tool keeps breaking it. meh
Still, better now than later.
When I was growin' up, I was the smartest kid I knew. Maybe that was just because I didn't know that many kids. All I know is now I feel the opposite.
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