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"the debugger doesn't tell me anything because this code compiles just fine" - random QA comment
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This one has been in my Spotify library for a few weeks, listened to it once, but quickly forgot about it.
Until this week, that is.
And unlike last time, I loved it immediately.
How could I have missed the amazing 70's inspired rock songs, infused with Greek folk music?
It's almost hypnotic!
Especially the second half of the song is simply amazing.
Somewhere between 6 and 7 minutes a flute-like instrument joins the song and it gets all folky up in there and I love it.
An awesome SOTW even among SOTW's!
Probably because of your post, YouTube put Slift in my recommendations. Don't know if you will like it. It reminds me of old-school rock (Black Sabbath, etc.). Pretty decent psychedelic rock that I'd never heard before.
A quick operation in the autumn uses Army swimmers (9)
Yes, it's the same as the one above: CP appears to me having problems again, not my mind. Which is a relief as nobody seems to have the up-to-date source code for me, so I can't be fixed.
Just ignore this version - I'm leaving it in or the other doesn't make sense. I think.
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Maybe even earlier, but VS2017 was the first devstudio i picked up after being away from development for years.
Anyway, I really can't stand their sandbox system for testing VSIX extensions. It's far too slow. Besides, first of all, it I already protect myself by running dev inside a VM. Second it didn't protect Visual Studio from wrecking my windows install at one point (this was when VS2017 was still flaky) in any case. All it does is make testing VSIX extensions slow as dirt and painful to boot. It lengthens my dev cycle to the point where now I develop all of my functionality outside of a VSIX extension, and then create a VSIX project that wraps what i already made so I don't have to code in the environment but that's not always possible, especially for deeply integrated extensions.
I shouldn't need a 12 core, 24GB RAM gaming rig to develop a visual studio add in comfortably. It's just nonsense.
I don't even like developing on really fast machines because it's easier to identify performance bottlenecks when i can experience them firsthand.