The young man was haggard, though his eyes were alert and darted to the corners of my shop whenever the shadows shifted. But I was used to shifty paranoid clients. I had a knack for procuring... unconventional goods.
"What do you seek?"
"Demon summoning?" I eyed him, "You don't look proficient."
"No, I need to exorcise a guardian angel."
The walls of my shop began to shake, and he nodded, whimpering.
Wow, we did not expect the level of interest you all have had in the #PineTime!
- Cost will be approximately 25USD
- Charging dock included in price
- Built-in heartbeat monitor
- Case built of Zinc alloy and plastic
- Battery life measured in days
- Sorry, can't run Linux itself. SoC is nRF52832, which uses a Cortex-M4 core. That's why we need FreeRTOS :)
I wrote a blog post about profiling my CLI time tracking software, augr: https://geemili.xyz/blog/profiling-augr/
> People tell me to not reinvent the wheel, but I vastly prefer to reinvent a small wheel than to create a whole new big truck.
Read everything that's been published of "RE: Trailer Trash". It's really good. I recommend it.
I really want to get rid of this notion of "project" and focus on the day to day creation, the wips, the failure, because I mostly never finish project because of lack of time or ressources and I don't want those things to get lost like a los certainly did
Lightweight Static Guarantees http://okmij.org/ftp/Computation/lightweight-static-guarantees.html
At some point I'll have to ask for my money back...
Researchers discover new security flaw in all modern Intel processors: