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    [–] Red Rocket Gas Station codekaizen 9 points ago in lego

    Ugh. I had just sworn off returning to the Fallout landscape forever more, but seeing how accurate this is brought back a rush of nostalgia. I literally felt like jumping up onto that roof with my jet powered power armor. Thanks for the great design, asshole. 😆

    [–] When the Earth's tilt changes throughout the year, do the sattelites follow with the tilt? codekaizen 2 points ago in AskReddit

    The wobble itself is called precession, which results in climate effects on earth known as a Milankovitch cycle.

    [–] When the Earth's tilt changes throughout the year, do the sattelites follow with the tilt? codekaizen 1 points ago in AskReddit

    This is correct for most things in everyday life. However, some satellites are very sensitive and need regular adjustments as the earth very slowly processes away from Polaris.

    [–] Moving from Python - missing numpy, itertools equivalent. codekaizen -1 points ago in csharp

    Ok, fair, I did misunderstand your question, but I think it's because LINQ operators are largely not implemented with yield. Instead, the iterators are largely state machines that are implemented using switch statements: https://github.com/dotnet/corefx/blob/8750960d3fafa46a9b838c351e995a01fa8b599f/src/System.Linq/src/System/Linq/Where.cs#L110

    [–] Moving from Python - missing numpy, itertools equivalent. codekaizen 1 points ago * (lasted edited a month ago) in csharp

    You can use LINQ without yield. Generating an enumerable sequence (IEnumerable<T>) using yield doesn't depend on LINQ - it's a C# compiler feature.

    EDIT: downvoters - feel free to furnish evidence showing this is wrong.

    [–] For the last damn time.... codekaizen 6 points ago in spiders

    FUCKING ARACHNOLOGISTS

    FTFY

    [–] Base64 decoding bug that is present in all version of .NET codekaizen 9 points ago in programming

    The longer you develop, the greater chance you find a bug like this. They are really everywhere, and can evade discovery for years. It happens. It's always exciting to find one, though.

    [–] Base64 decoding bug that is present in all version of .NET codekaizen 36 points ago * (lasted edited a month ago) in programming

    Yet, .NET got away with a totally broken Base64 decoder for so many years.

    Cool bug discovery, but it works in cases that do not contain invalid padding. "Totally broken" is utter hyperbole. Why does language go off the deep end when developers find a bug in a framework?

    EDIT: Much better word choice, /u/detunized. I appreciate the more careful tone in the article you now have.

    [–] The Universe might be conscious - New theory codekaizen 240 points ago in philosophy

    This idea is probably older than western civilization. Henri Bergson discussed these ideas in his Duration concept in the early 20th century.

    [–] Lawsuit: Portland boss harassed employee after she had ‘menstruation accident’ at work codekaizen 1 points ago * (lasted edited 2 months ago) in Portland

    I know someone who told me to "check the Yelp reviews for Trailhead Marketing, you won't be surprised"... well, she was right. It seems that snake oil peddling is still a thing in the 21st century...

    [–] I mailed a letter to myself from a USPS box literally 2 blocks from my house. It took 9 days to get to me and had a postmark from a city across the state. Wtf? codekaizen 26 points ago in NoStupidQuestions

    I question the "cost effective" part of this. I can imagine that handling sorting and routing at scale in a major hub would benefit from efficiencies that local distribution points could not achieve.

    [–] Mandelbrot Set (Comes with music!) codekaizen 4 points ago in gonwild

    After watching the whole thing, my screen appeared as if it were billowing fabric while my eyes readjusted.

    [–] Git 2.21 released · some highlights codekaizen 26 points ago in programming

    Right, instead of the usability hell we currently enjoy.

    [–] Dinner is served... codekaizen 3 points ago in WTF

    Cool? I think they're screwy...

    [–] Omni friend from work asked me to bring him something for lunch 😈 codekaizen 2 points ago in vegan

    This is almost perfectly how I do it (sans ketchup), but might I recommend the Bubbies Relish instead.

    [–] Approaching Level 99 Vegan! codekaizen 5 points ago in vegan

    GoVeggie? checks for purple banner You may proceed, have a nice day.

    [–] I am so god damn exited codekaizen 6 points ago in vegan

    The Daiya Jalepeno Havarti farmhouse block is their best cheese. It melts the best, tastes the best and has the best texture. It's widespread here in Oregon.