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2017-06-20

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2017-06-02

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2017-05-14

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2016-07-17

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2016-06-22

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2016-06-15

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2016-06-05

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2016-05-17

[08:55:28] DefV: I have 1 call that is consistently slow in production but I can't reproduce in development. What would be a good way to log / trace this call so I can find the cause? I basically want RPM Development Mode for that one call :-)
[08:56:06] DefV: API call
[08:59:17] DefV: ropeney: it's pretty complex with a lot of factors potentially making it slow.
[08:59:54] DefV: that, and solr, and memcached, and redis
[09:03:27] DefV: and really each part
[09:03:31] DefV: because I have new relic set up
[09:03:43] DefV: and it says I spend 80% of the time in the Controller

2016-05-12

[12:43:48] DefV: norc: why the to_a
[12:44:05] DefV: Range has reject method

2016-05-03

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2016-05-02

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2016-04-29

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2016-04-21

[12:03:57] DefV: DeBot: STOP YELLING

2016-04-18

[09:27:25] DefV: solars: jup, unless the place you're using it includes Module itself

2016-04-07

[13:44:03] DefV: I want a function to have the signature "meta(property: 'og:description')", but I feel doing `def meta(fields); prop, field = fields.to_a[0]; end` is quite dirty. Is there a better way?
[14:44:29] DefV: I want a function to have the signature "meta(property: 'og:description')", but I feel doing `def meta(fields); prop, field = fields.to_a[0]; end` is quite dirty. Is there a better way?
[14:51:25] DefV: DylanJ: well, I don't know what the keyname will be
[14:51:32] DefV: and I also need the keyname

2016-04-06

2016-04-05

[10:23:47] DefV: idd, \w doesn't capture !

2016-03-24

[16:01:59] DefV: DeBot: f

2016-03-15

[16:37:09] DefV: serious, I'd imagine FS cache would handle that
[16:38:07] DefV: application logs, sure I would

2016-03-10

[14:08:32] DefV: you could do an API call where you pass in the last message id the user has seen, and then query the model for more recent messages and return those?

2016-03-04

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2016-02-25

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2016-02-19

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2016-02-17

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2016-02-15

[15:49:00] DefV: what CoC?
[15:49:22] DefV: what one is that?
[15:50:28] DefV: Zapod: that's a link to a discussion. I honestly can't be bothered to go read that whole thread.. where's the actual CoC?
[15:51:22] DefV: That's dissapointing
[15:51:48] DefV: I was sure I could've dragged this one out for about 15 minutes without actually talking about the contents..
[15:53:37] DefV: Oh it is to me
[15:53:45] DefV: apeiros: release every day!
[15:57:28] DefV: That sucks being a good developer
[15:57:41] DefV: moving up the ladder means, in most companies, doing less development work
[15:59:26] DefV: Didn't know someone named it
[15:59:36] DefV: but the Wikipedia page doesn't offer any form of alternatives :-)
[16:00:09] DefV: How can a company reward their good employees while still keeping them doing what they are great at?
[16:05:37] DefV: 2018. Then we're in "Thanks, Donald"-land
[16:08:04] DefV: And I just want the "Guy who decides stuff and still does some programming without a staff to manage" position

2016-02-09

[14:55:27] DefV: Linus is kind of a half-assed programmer :-/

2016-02-08

[15:38:54] DefV: The fact that Date.parse("wrong input") raises an ArgumentError gives me the idea that I shouldn't use Date.parse(arg) where arg is user input. Any better way to do user-input-to-date-object ?
[15:41:03] DefV: I don't know the format :-) I'm currently rescueing it as well, it just feels... ugh
[15:43:13] DefV: valid points. I'm going to enforce it
[15:45:32] DefV: strptime still raises ArgumentError for wrong dates though... :-)

2016-02-04

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2016-01-25

[12:30:05] DefV: probably (but I'm in guessing-teritory) out of memory got it killed Tomasso

2016-01-20

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[16:40:15] DefV: we used to have plastic spoons
[16:40:21] DefV: now we have wooden sticks

2016-01-19

[10:17:47] DefV: Is there a Set implementation in ruby core that's ordered?
[10:21:07] DefV: Ox0dea: not what I mean, I mean something that keeps the insertion order
[10:22:48] DefV: But that's an implementation detail, not a promise
[10:25:29] DefV: still implementation detail
[10:25:41] DefV: documentation makes explicit notice that a Set is unordered
[10:26:19] DefV: same thing as in MySQL results are unordered unless order is specified, but due to implementation you mostly get them sorted by id
[10:26:23] DefV: it's not a given
[10:28:14] DefV: I _know_ the current implementation is ordered as inserted
[10:28:24] DefV: I'm just saying that documentation doesn't promise it
[10:28:52] DefV: And I really don't want to write a unit test to check that set keeps order
[10:29:17] DefV: Until Ruby 3.0 doens't
[10:29:20] DefV: doesn't*

2016-01-18

[11:05:40] DefV: I have a specific method that I'm trying to improve memory usage on. Is there some way to benchmark this? Something I can wrap around the method call that gives me memory allocated / GC run etc, so I can see improvement?

2016-01-07

[16:45:47] DefV: When I see that guy in the news in a few years because he killed someone, I won't be surprised
[16:48:04] DefV: your link
[17:16:34] DefV: "Want to see my knife collection?"

2015-12-30

[10:54:02] DefV: Good thing he actually added his reasoning
[10:54:07] DefV: as not to make us wonder
[11:06:08] DefV: you wonder. Did he come online "Damn, pissboy is already taken. pissman as well. Let's go for urine_boy then."
[11:08:32] DefV: 12:08 [Freenode] -!- There is no such nick pissboy

2015-12-29

[15:49:20] DefV: I mean why would you want to do that :-)
[15:57:42] DefV: I have the feeling I shouldn't visit ponychan.net at work.

2015-12-24

[10:43:25] DefV: zanzarel: sure you can
[10:59:56] DefV: zanzarel: begin/rescue/retry is just ruby logic

2015-12-23

[15:56:01] DefV: I don't get how the #include? on a range of date isn't fixed yet
[15:56:48] DefV: what's the use case anyone would want to use include? over cover? ?

2015-12-22

[10:15:18] DefV: did you log the logged loggong the log logged?
[10:16:19] DefV: well my friend, there's a channel for that

2015-12-18

[14:39:26] DefV: Boy, moving slow in golang feels so annoying
[14:41:59] DefV: I'm creating a small service to replace something that's now done with sidekiq
[14:42:48] DefV: may not be 100% worth it, but I need cheap & fast concurrency and blazing speed
[14:43:20] DefV: but still it means constantly going through docs
[15:03:05] DefV: toretore: ofcourse. I also don't blame go (per se), just exclaiming that it's slow
[15:08:17] DefV: and ljarvis it's not the sidekiq part that's the issue

2015-12-17

[14:25:37] DefV: WHOO LINUX <BACKSPACE>*28
[14:25:56] DefV: context: https://thehackernews.com/2015/12/hack-linux-grub-password.html
[14:30:05] DefV: I agree, I just thought it was funny
[14:33:36] DefV: I agree that it's funny, but I take issue with the simplification :). It's 2 different things with different prices

2015-12-14

[11:08:21] DefV: DeBot: G!
[11:08:27] DefV: DeBot: ?
[11:08:53] DefV: DeBot: =
[15:41:55] DefV: I assumed #ruby-antipatterns
[15:43:14] DefV: #ruby-wat-r-u-doin-stahp

2015-11-26

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2015-11-20

[14:58:45] DefV: ACTION fetches his axe

2015-11-19

[10:44:56] DefV: ah, so no bot to tell people about gist?

2015-11-17

[16:18:10] DefV: Reminds me of Twitter
[16:18:35] DefV: they periodically resubscribe everyone to "People you might want to follow"
[16:18:40] DefV: which annoys the crap out of me

2015-11-14

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2015-10-27

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2015-10-13

[13:15:57] DefV: I've been a programmer for over 10 years, but date comparissons with a certain date and Time.now still make me think 5 times
[15:12:26] DefV: Owning a MacBook for 8 years ruined me. I can't use any other laptop. Touchpads on most other laptops are so bad.

2015-10-07

[15:10:30] DefV: such precision

2015-10-06

[09:36:21] DefV: Why did you need your Care of the Intensive variety?

2015-09-28

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2015-09-27

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2015-09-24

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2015-09-21

[08:05:56] DefV: ahmgeek: go troll somewhere else
[15:39:23] DefV: DeBot: !hangman coreutils
[15:40:02] DefV: DeBot: mkdir

2015-09-18

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2015-09-15

[12:14:49] DefV: haha, I love Errno::EDOOFUS

2015-09-10

[12:44:30] DefV: mocking. But that's just me.

2015-09-09

[08:57:47] DefV: I might be going crazy here. I have a website which embeds a video with <video muted autoplay><source src="url" ty
[08:59:00] DefV: I might be going crazy here. I have a website which embeds a video with <video muted autoplay><source src="url" type="video/mp4"></video>. Cache-Control header on the video is max-age=10;public. In all browsers this does exactly what it should. In Firefox this caches the video endlessly, but there's no entry in about:cache
[08:59:18] DefV: Turns out I have a very tired pinky which wanted to prematurely hit the enter

2015-09-02

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2015-08-25

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2015-08-16

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2015-08-14

2015-08-12

[08:20:05] DefV: I just had coffee, does that count?

2015-08-11

[13:10:10] DefV: what are we talking about?

2015-08-10

[15:42:55] DefV: you have to love that man
[15:43:18] DefV: if you can't tell a parody account from the real thing, you know he's trolling us all
[15:44:12] DefV: democracy jo
[15:45:28] DefV: I honestly believe a large enough number of people will always make stupid mistakes
[15:45:43] DefV: and stupid choices
[15:46:07] DefV: no, Belgium is awesome at making bad voting choices
[15:46:20] DefV: it's true in voting, it's true in big enterprises
[15:47:06] DefV: I now work in a big company. Stupid choices get made when a lot of people are asked to help in the decision
[15:48:37] DefV: I think people in charge should legitimatly have a proven track-record in whatever they're in charge of
[15:49:19] DefV: so a minister of informatics should have at least 5 years of relevant experience
[15:49:43] DefV: that's the only way we don't get bullshit laws like "WHAT? COOKIES ARE STORED ON PPLS COMPUTER? WE CAN'T HAVE THAT"
[15:49:54] DefV: What.. yes we can.. it's no big deal....
[15:50:34] DefV: And that's also a good way to have a minister of economics actually understand economics
[15:50:44] DefV: so Greece can't say "Haha, we won't pay that loan back"
[15:53:04] DefV: not sure if trolling..
[15:54:05] DefV: scroff: that's what's broken. But at least they'll know it's not the best thing
[15:55:41] DefV: How is "NO MORE PORN" a popular law?

2015-08-07

[07:30:04] DefV: it's not a twitter account
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2015-08-06

[09:10:20] DefV: You didn't, just curious :-)
[09:11:18] DefV: aha, it probably is. Now I'm very self-concious