AboutCreator of doom
Skillswriting JS, python, but most notably garbage
Locationbottom of the sea (soon™)
Joined devRant on 11/27/2020
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At 4am there was some random youtuber in my head that reads reddit posts and he presents me one but it's blurry and he says hi there how you there are stupid but how stupid you are, humming hammers,
MOMMY THATS SWEET MIAMI MOMMY THATS SWEET MIAMI he's insecure go back then hayeens HIGH WINS HIGH WINS HIGH WINS HIGH WINS and he never stops
It literally feels like a broken neural network output, meaningless. But it's in my head, I never asked for this but it's there generating itself1
devRant terminal client.
Currently it can display rants, comments and images and avatars are
converted to ascii images just for fun. [more details]15
Do you have thousands of unidentified songs, all named consecutively Track 1?
This application will help you to finally identify those songs with a simple drag and drop. [more details]49
Time to make a deal with the devil
@theabbie since you love downloading the entire devRant db and writing little gimmicks, I have an idea for you.
Avatars are envcoded as URLs. Each part of an avatar is separated by an underscore. Shirt, pants, desk, whatever.
Make a bot or script or website or what-fucking-ever to query users with the same avatar as you. This would be:
- Same EXACT avatar (desk, pets, etc)
- Same body parts as you (face, skin color, hair, etc)
- Same body parts and clothing (everything that shows in the mini avatar next to comments, plus pants and shoes, I guess)
The doppelganger finder. Honestly I think it would be neat.
Would be even cooler if you could filter by active users (last post/comment within past 3 months)34
Today we interviewed a _very_ good Angular1 Dev, by chance we showed him the forked ngRouter module we use, after some debate he explained that we were using it incorrectly.. I asked if he'd used it before to which he responded:
"Yeah, I'm the guy who built it"