I’ve said many times I’m fortunate enough to have had interests that also paid well and was in a position to be able to capitalize on that.
Does anyone else feel that they basically lucked into a high paying career because their interests randomly aligned with scarcity and a rapidly growing field, and that it's nowhere near as hard, or as societally valuable as what teachers, medical professionals and care-givers do?
Just finished the #AvaloniaUI tutorial solely under #linux #dotnetcore and leveraging #JetBrains Rider. Pretty pleased. Hope to get a blog write up out soon on experience and thoughts on the tech in general. Overall thumbs up!
Thread by @Sustainable2050: "That’s one blade (for a 3-blade windturbine) almost as long as our local benchmark, the Utrecht Dom Tower (112 mnd wind turbine blade, side by side, to get an idea. I’m sure someone can do a really cool Photoshop ;) And t […]"
G64 files are C64/1541 disk images that contain all bits as they are physically laid out on the 5¼-inch floppy disk. Let’s visualize them! This animation shows 28 regular Commodore 1541 disks. Track 1 contains 21 sectors. Every sector is prefixed by two small red areas: These are the SYNC marks. The first SYNC marks the sector header, the second...