Sorry About Computer

New decade, new nonsense

Do weird shit in your codebase, it could get you into the hall of fame

— LOLgrep (@LOLgrep) January 18, 2021

hi, quick question, what the fuck?

— Helios (@Helios748) January 12, 2021

C++ and Maximal Munch: #programming

— The Grinch Who Gave Back Cursed Code (@shafikyaghmour) December 29, 2020

Someone tell me again that C++ has a more serious and professional evolution process than other languages, I dare you.

— Steve Canon (@stephentyrone) December 27, 2020

Wow. Missed this buried at the bottom of Microsoft’s blog yesterday. While investigating the #SolarWinds hack they found the company’s software had been compromised by a second backdoor, likely by a different group of hackers

— Jack Stubbs (@jc_stubbs) December 19, 2020

Wow. I cannot believe I got this response.

".. our junior engineer tried to verify your remote code execution and used the command "rm -rf *" to see if the web user can cause serious harm. Unfortunately, he has deleted everything. We will try to recover before we can proceed..."

— David Vieira-Kurz (@secalert) December 17, 2020

The dream: Vulkan will free us from the tyranny of minor incompatibilities between video card drivers
The reality: Vulkan will directly expose us to the tyranny of minor incompatibilities between actual video card chips

— mcc (@mcclure111) December 15, 2020

Learning new things from Google

— Randall Munroe (@xkcd) November 30, 2020

Turns out there is an OS-wide limit on how many threads you can have, and if you create an *operating system thread* for each host on your network (???) you will hit the limit

— Katelyn Gadd (@antumbral) November 28, 2020

i am /determined/ to get the first part of this gamedev series done by the end of the month, but it's been REALLY challenging trying to strike a balance that's interesting and coherent to everyone regardless of experience. anyway i ported these admonitions to my blog

— eevee (@eevee) November 27, 2020

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