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I am going to grill 2 or 3 gilthead and a big bowl of salad, maybe some pieces of home made garlic bread on the grill too.
If something has a solution... Why do we have to worry about?. If it has no solution... For what reason do we have to worry about?
Help me to understand what I'm saying, and I'll explain it better to you
Rating helpful answers is nice, but saying thanks can be even nicer.
Well - maybe eggplant parmesan (Trader Joe's pre-breaded eggplant are amazing). On the other hand, the garden's gone crazy this year (lots of rain and extreme heat) - so maybe a pound of fresh cherry tomatoes, assortment of hot peppers, garlic, onions, herbs sauteed into sauce and poured over rotini. Of course, with cheese melted thereupon.
Or - fried rice heavily laced with ToFurkey Sausages (think pepperoni - almost indistinguishable, except for the grease). Another place to put the far-too-many hot peppers.*
* I have seventeen assorted types (mystery-seeds: you know when they grow). No Habanaro this year - next year they get grown deliberately.
Embedding a Flash application (I know) training module into an application.
I slowly realize, to my horror, that it will be impossible to directly implement the SCORM API directly in my SPA code. Even though they're all written in the same language, they simply will not talk to one another. I need to create...an adapter.
So we have a Flash app, with a JS adapter, with a JS adapter, with a JS adapter, with a JS engine, which talks to my C# back end, with a SQL back end, and whatever meta-language reality is written in. I skipped a few, I know.
I plan to be hung over tomorrow.
"Never attribute to malice that which can be explained by stupidity."
- Hanlon's Razor
Don't get me started on how much I love CP, I'm surprised that these young junior devs don't really know about this place. They'd rather watch programming tutorial videos on YouTube . How am I supposed to pause the video, or find the exact step I'm looking for ? Maybe you guys like to watch them, but I'd rather read an article with links to more info .
It's the right type of humor for otherwise terribly uninspired article titles. It takes real talent to be this consistent. I, for one, really appreciate it, and I'm generally not the type who praises others just because.
Those tidbits make me look forward to the newsletter every day, and that's saying a lot.