If you ever find yourself wondering whether your design is good enough, remember that because the Golang developers opposed generics so adamantly the Kubernetes community ended up with a code generation script (which has the templates defined as string literals and only seems to run in $GOPATH) that is being used to provide type safe client objects for every single API resource. Yikes!
Here's the old one for reference.
For the last couple of weeks I've been getting really deep into a love hate relationship with chess. I absolutely adore the game and I'm learning more and more all the time but I really just can't get even a single decent game against a human. It makes me feel like I wasn't made to play chess and that thought is no fun.
This lockdown thing was going really well until all the professors and TAs realized they have entire weeks of time deficit and need to catch up really fast. They might call it the student syndrome but in reality most people will put everything off until later given the chance to do so.
I used to have a very satisfying daily routine before school came back into the picture. Now I struggle to get out of bed at a decent hour every day.
This seems like a really simple way to launch and manage private game servers https://github.com/pterodactyl/panel
Turns out there's no straightforward way to fetch every reply to a tweet. The API simply doesn't provide an endpoint for it and the mobile site which you can scrape only displays a few entries and doesn't provide paging.
The best you can do is fetch all tweets directed @ the author since their original status and filter them offline. Which obviously doesn't scale very well.
Twitter *really* doesn't want to have people making custom clients, huh?
The worst part about this is that it makes it quite difficult to treat custom resources that you might define in the same way you treat core Kubernetes resources.
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