Today I paid off all my school fees. I am so relieved.

I am also having a teacher doing worse. She provides dependencies as jars on a USB key that we install in the most hacky whacky way. What is wrong with this ecosystem?

Why don't tutorials recommend using any package manger to get dependencies installed? I don't know, a simple `mvn install glassfish` or whatever is correct would be way simpler than a lengthy paragraph walking you trough an obsoleted GUI.

> Make "File → new → Other" type in the "server" search and select the following and then select the "Apache" folder selected your version then done next, enter the backup directory of your server and then click "Download and install »→ Accept the terms and click on« Finish ».

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I am trying to get into EE and am looking for tutorials. All I can find is two kinds of resources: 40+ hours reads or short articles that can't even put a comprehensible sentence together.

Mozilla is shutting down their IRC servers and moving to Discord, a proprietary chat service.

Hey Mozilla, aren't we forgetting something here? Our very own "Mozilla Pledge for a Healthy Internet” states:

> Principle 2 The internet is a global public resource that must remain open and accessible.

> Principle 6 The effectiveness of the internet as a public resource depends upon interoperability (protocols, data formats, content), innovation and decentralized participation worldwide.

It was an issue with npm. Using yarn solved my issue. 👍

Why the fuck did nuxt.js stopped being able to load .vue files?

Maybe I could convince $EMPLOYER to get a kubernetes cluster professionally installed. We have most of the underlying needed tech like F5 and vSphere, and EMC² storage.

Now I experimented enough with I might try to have some of our in house apps run on top of it.

Now next step is finding a good non-answer to the *raise* question.

I have decided to be vague and less precise when asked about my income. This will help me get less involved with my relatives' shitty plans.

I just wanted him to cut a small portion in the front, just the bottom hair, not the top. He ended up uncovering almost all the upper. The right section is narrow than the right. I had to stop him making all similar fearing he would get stuck on a correction loop and making my moustache even smaller.

After 90 days of beard growth without trimming or cutting I finally had a trim. I am happy with the overall look, but disappointed with the mustache.

I provided the barber with all needed instructions, yet he misunderstood the mustache part and made a mistake on top.

I now have an asymmetrical and smaller mustache than what I wanted.

I am happy I could solve a blocker bug on my side project.

Can we make #NameAndFame Friday a thing? There are many free and/or #opensource software makers that deserve a shoutout.

I'll start. @libreoffice is incredible. I keep being amazed by how good it works, how it plays well with Msft standards, and how nice the online version is and that it's completely free. Awesome community. Thanks all.

Who would you like to boost for #NameAndFame Friday?

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