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Been studying electricity lately and stumbled on to this article http://www.powerstream.com/AA-tests.htm Looks like Energizer is a clear winner.
If you are a good python dev, surely you follow PEP8 coding style guidelines, and surely you have installed the flake8 plugin to constantly reminding yourself to format your code properly, and surely you have valid cases that you import stuff but not used, eg. __init__.py and surely your IDE will annoy the fuck out of… Read More »
My friend google doesn’t know what type of fuel is recommended for my recently bought Alphard 2004, so I asked Toyota NZ directly and they said is the recommended fuel is Octane 95, whilst using 91 it doesn’t hurt but it will not be as fuel efficient as using 95. BTW, I had always pondered… Read More »
A while ago I blogged about turning an old PC into a NAS server, while it was fine and dandy it worked pretty well, until it refused to boot up again. So being data safety paranoid person, I went to purchase a NAS off the shelve, lucky PBTech had an incorrect price labelled, and I was able… Read More »
I sorta set myself some goals randomly and one was trying to reach 5k points on Stackoverflow before 2016, but I was a few points short before the new years eve. This morning at mid January 2016, 25 more points added to my profile so I am over 5k goal now.
Make no mistake, I am not anti agile, I think it’s a great methodology to maintain software development efficiency. But such methodology does not mean you can omit critical functions of the SDLC. A picture says a thousand words, I just drew this and summarised a situation. Really, please stop investing money and time into… Read More »
Everyone has tons of photos taken over the years right? And you probably want to make sure that you don’t lose them, either by hard-drive failure or thief visit to your house. Original setup and problems: I have a couple of Macs at home, both using TimeMachine for regular backups. I didn’t have a TimeCapsule… Read More »