Genuinely speaking I like Typescript because it helps in ensuring I'm not doing something wrong when making a scalable application.
The problem I just have is all the work that goes into making a scalable application.
Spoiler alert: None of it has to do with actually making the application itself.
I really never did talk about the stuff I'm working on over the course of 2020 during 2020. Then again my use of social media throughout 2020 was basically just to follow things.
I should really work on being better about just sharing what I do just to show hey, I am doing things, even if they are strictly self-sufficient to a larger personal end-goal.
I also really should work on learning something that isn't just Typescript. It's nice, just way too much setup and - in some cases - headache.
After many weeks of owning this free company room I'm finally getting around to putting something in it.
Here's to hoping I don't go entirely broke by the time it's furnished.
Nothing's been a more frustrating deep dive to understand than the existence of the .gifv format
It's layers of complication to make a format that doesn't exist so websites know this is an mp4/webm/webp/gif that needs to be displayed as a looping gif, and I have no clue what the advantages are beyond what the given formats are already capable of
Discord's new "hide links for images" mechanic kinda sucks when an entire Imgur album is registered as just one picture, and hitting "Open original" only opens the first image in the album.
What makes it more annoying is Discord recognizes these are messages with links and will notify you that a link was sent. But it also looks like a file embed as well, so you have to now remember to use "has:link" and not "has:file" when searching for it.
Local amateur programmer and FFXIV gamer
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