I program for over 20 years. I just closed some tabs from yesterday:
"how to create directory in python"
"concat lists python"
"load 2 models tensorflow"
"how set pythonpath"
and some others.
And yes. I have a masters degree in informatics.
You don't need to learn things that you rarely need & are just 1 duckduckgo away by heart. Knowing that they exist and what to search for is sufficient.
Important are the thing you cannot search. Concentrate on those.
I'm going to have to learn how #rust's futures & async works at some point.
"I know I'll just write a quick #Rust programme to proxy my http connections and add the header that I want".
Oh cripes, I forgot hyper's now gone weird with Futures and the like.
A robust deep learning framework for turning PDFs into CSVs is deeply unsexy but would do more for journalism, democracy, and security than any facial recognition app. https://twitter.com/ed_hawkins/status/1167769410238595072
I want to reverse engineer the 80s retro wave meme generator just so I can make a meme with accented characters. Anyone know anything about that?
"npm is not a benevolent institution. It cannot be one. The possibility of it being that ended the day its owner took VC funding instead of putting it into a foundation or some other form of community ownership. That decision turned npm into a financial instrument."