I’ll just leave this here… Python 3.6 Python 2.7 Erlang R23 (On this one I can include the entire output.) Hey, Python! What the actual fsck is going on here?!? Jeebus… The Good Idea Fairy came along and convinced the webtarded among you to start throwing kitchen sink features in (“walrus operator” — yeah, great […]
Once upon a time, a student asked his music teacher the most difficult philosophical question in all of music and received wisdom. T’Challa: “Teacher, there are so many instruments to pick from, which one is the best?”Mrs. Ngudu: “Which is the best? You are the best instrument, T’Challa. All the music comes from you! Do […]
A relative newcomer to networking in Erlang, Dr. Ajay Kumar, has started a self-educational project to create a web server from scratch in Erlang to give himself some first-hand insight into how TCP sockets work in Erlang and how web servers work in general. Web servers are a thing almost everyone has written against or […]
A discussion about voting, representation, and discovering the will of the people. Watch on Rumble or BitChute.
A discussion about how the policy of MAD between major powers prevents direct overt competition, and when given a lack of intermediate means of conflict exists conflict will instead manifest through subterfuge, subversion and ideological conflict. Watch on Rumble or BitChute.
This video discusses nuclear parity, what it means, and how the situation between China and the US shape our thinking about this issue. Watch on Rumble or BitChute.
The story of how I left Twitter. Pretty ridiculous, but in 2021 the line that defines Poe’s Law is long gone in the rear-view mirror for the majority of the English speaking world. Watch it on Rumble or BitChute.