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12:00 AM
RELOAD!
[rubberduck-vba/Rubberduck] 2 opened issues. 19 issue comments.
[Minesweeper] Games Played: 178, Bombs Used: 97, Moves Performed: 24080, New Users: 11
 
12:18 AM
Trick I just learned for Windows 7/8/10: To move an off-screen window onto the screen, hold Shift + right-click program in task bar, then select Move; after doing this use the arrow keys to move the window back on the screen.
@IvenBach ^^ #ITtricks
 
12:35 AM
@Phrancis neat
 
@AGirlHasNoName I see nothing. Redaction?
 
@IvenBach as a room owner you can view the history that was there before redaction
 
Need to figure how to do that. On phone.
 
@IvenBach ohh I open a browser instance and then click the full site link and then pinch zoom. You can't do it on the mobile version but you should be able to access the full version from mobile.
@Marc-Andre I didn't even notice that. >< I blame the editor.
 
@AGirlHasNoName I blame my browser for improper rendering. Must be a bug
 
12:41 AM
@Marc-Andre Even better!
 
@AGirlHasNoName you have a sole lower case i that should be capitalized.
 
I do indeed
@IvenBach Does that mean you got through?
 
It does hurt telling your child dropping them off “See you when you wake up in the morning.”
Not enjoyable at all. Especially when they want to play and you don’t have the time.
@AGirlHasNoName ^^ yep
 
Yes it hurt... But now I drop her off and pick her up every day
 
Keep at your studies. You having time to code still?
 
12:53 AM
I haven't been
I have very little spare time and I have not been using it to code...
I'll prolly get back into it though.
 
I get the feeling that you will pick up on coding ideas faster than many of your classmates. Partly since you have c++ experience. You want to learn the subject and that makes a very big difference.
 
Taking programming this term is reminding me I miss coding.
Well there are other CS majors who are clearly interested.
One of them is a professional developer who is no pursuing the degree to open the door to better job options
She seems to know her shit.
 
@AGirlHasNoName shes already coding for employment? Getting the piece of paper to “prove” she knows what she’s doing?
 
@IvenBach yup.
 
~.~
> I dun did git me mah sertificashun in the Cracker Jack box. Saids I could be a mech-a-nic. Fixin stuff comes natural like to me, Pa, and our kin-folk. -HeeHaw
I prefer seeing a persons work ethic and reserving judgement. Sadly that paper is the key to getting interviews.
Ping me when you need an alpha tester for your game.
 
1:15 AM
haha will do. Yeah that degree will open doors for people. It will open doors for me too.
 
1:43 AM
@AGirlHasNoName Good post, and makes sense. I hope it can help others who are also undecided :)
 
Thanks
It's cool to be published, even if just a little article in the school blog
 
I appreciate your honesty too. I feel that too many persons cover up their problems/difficulties. It takes knowing who you are and character to show honesty like you did.
My dad graduated HS as a gift to his mom when she requested it.
@AGirlHasNoName when you graduate with your degree it can be a gift to your daughter.
 
@IvenBach That's a great Idea!
 
1:59 AM
@Feeds That subtext made no sense to me until I watched a review of that movie LMAO
 
 
5 hours later…
6:37 AM
this framed piece of paper is my gift to you.
But your name is on it. Why are you giving it to me?
Because that’s how important you are to me.
Something along those lines is the conversation I envision you having.
 

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