@jordan31 use Anki! or... focus on reading and listening... or tell me your learning philosophy so I can consider :)
@Knowledgeispowerful It's funny because we have a similar joke in the UK, except it's about Brexit voters (i.e. the other side)
@JGibsonDem I'm not exactly sure what that even means. Is it so ambiguous that it's meaningless, or so ambiguous that it creates a power grab?
@RazorsKiss Thanks. It's funny because I assumed the opposite (i.e. somebody coming in and enforcing pronoun speech codes or something). Does sound like a mess
finding this seriously interesting https://insights.stackoverflow.com/survey/2020/?utm_source=social-share&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=dev-survey-2020#developer-profile-coding-as-a-hobby-all-respondents2
facts like this: "When looking at the average age by country, respondents from countries such as Brazil and India tend to start writing code a full two years later compared to developers in countries such as Poland and Germany, who on average start coding by the age of 15."
@captainepoch Yeah... I would rather find a job where I can cycle and not drive/train tbf. I'm also sick of the mask in any context. Do you find you felt like you were still at work when you were at home though?
@captainepoch that's funny: I'm doing almost the opposite. Why don't you want to go back to the office?
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