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OF FUCKING COURSE my System.FilePath import has NOTHING to do with `system-filepath` library.

Seriously, people who are rooting for simple and against amazing initative of making into a dependend language should go and fix "simple haskell" ecosystem instead of being toxic.

Some day I'll fork a bunch of stuff and rename clashing identifiers.

I don't know if you had or have this problem, but I used to be paralysed about choosing the order of variables for my functions.

But then I came up with a heuristic that helps me to spend no time on this. Here it is:

"The arguments that are less likely to change should go to the left, so that you get nice higher order functions via currying".

For example, a function that takes encoding table and needle (search item) will take "table, needle" because the same table can have differnt needles.

A function that takes a public key and a signature to check its validity will take "pk, sig" because we can try a lot of different signatures for a given key.

When it's not obvious what's more parametric, what's less parametric, I just yeet args in random order. But it's very *very* rarely the case.

On the subject of re-writing the same thing over and over again.

For I need to capture detached signatures[1] in .

I made a `:> Capture ` query on website[2] and after very very brief exploration, an API capturing something called `SessionToken`[3] caught my eye.

Upon inspection it turned out that they have B64 encoding as well, except significantly less deranged than mine.

[1]: hackage-search.serokell.io/?q=+
[2]: hackage-search.serokell.io/vie

Normally, I post threads on . This time, it's the other way around.

Interesting and useful discussion on stack. Spoiler: with frameworks win.

twitter.com/podmostom/status/1

twitter.com/gb_r/status/135420

But github.com/purescript-halogen/ seems to be requiring another evaluation since it looks to be very mature:

twitter.com/gb_r/status/135425

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Windows 10 Pro has changed RDP certificate on me. Why did it happen?

So, some guy named Coffeezilla who unmasks scammers and "fake-gurus" got his identity, friends and family, address revealed and blackmailed with false allegations. See this video journaling the events:

- Blackmailed and Doxxed For Telling the Truth - My Response: youtube.com/watch?v=AJCWbv6laH

The least any human can do to send a message to doxx practitioners is to give these two videos as many views as possible to send an "it didn't work" message to doxxers:

- The Cult of Dan Lok - Brainwashed Student Lost $26,000 Testimonial: youtube.com/watch?v=4VDiM_PMmZ

- The Cult of Dan Lok PART 2: Losing $50,000 in 6 months: youtube.com/watch?v=ikIi3zDfYF

[1]: youtube.com/watch?v=AJCWbv6laH

So is like but for JS?
I'm pretty sure that we don't need it for prototypes and microservice architectures.

Can anyone explain why so much hype?

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delivers :D

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