Ilflish

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[–] [email protected] 11 points 1 week ago

If Spider-Man was invented today he'd be considered a self insert. Jaded nerd gets super powers and constantly inner monologues he could beat up his bully

[–] [email protected] 2 points 2 weeks ago (1 children)

Ignoring the success and failure of agile and waterfall. Waterfall was just a way more enjoyable development experience for me. That would probably change if the cycle was lower though. Also doesn't help that many managers I've had don't follow the rules of agile/SCRUM. Seems like people use it as an excuse to be able to change things on any given day but those cycles are supposed to be planned, not the plans.

[–] [email protected] 4 points 2 weeks ago

Not necessarily. Also depends on competency of whoever is looking at using your software/investigating and the legacy of the things you described. A whole different scenario if it's because you forgot to write something in a ticket and someone coming to call for help with docker when you have a docker setup guide they never look at.

[–] [email protected] 0 points 2 weeks ago

Dumb people will double down in an attempt to present they were always right, even after they admit they were sort of wrong. If they can reverse that previous loss into a win, they were always right.

[–] [email protected] 17 points 4 weeks ago (2 children)

Yep makes sense. I mean it's clear people hate deep systems when something like Baldur's Gate 3 becomes the undisputed Game of the Year /s

[–] [email protected] 16 points 1 month ago* (last edited 1 month ago) (6 children)

1.5 kind of makes sense. It holds Kingdom Hearts 1 and a remake of the GBA game that comes before Kingdom Hearts 2 (also comes with a the cutscenes of another game between 1 and 2). I guess they wanted to keep the naming similar because 2.5 comes with Kingdom Hearts 2 and...a prequel to every game... and a cutscene collection of some weird side game about an AI. They then released a bundle of both of these on PS4 which they named 1.5+2.5. 2.8 they were really scrambling. Because they wanted to release the rest of the games in some way before Kingdom Hearts 3 so that holds a sequel to Kingdom Hearts 2, A standalone demo for 3 and...a movie from the earliest part of the series that actually is a giant pit of questions with no answers which may or may not have been answered by the gacha. No idea.

[–] [email protected] 1 points 1 month ago

Pursuing a voice to match that of "Her" is a very weird move considering the story it tries to convey

[–] [email protected] 0 points 1 month ago

Ironically EU shorthand for Europe and European Union

[–] [email protected] 7 points 1 month ago

My birth certificate has my old name crossed out and replaced because my mum hated the way my dad pronounced it with his accent. The change is legally acceptable

[–] [email protected] 17 points 1 month ago

People tried to block the Activision acquisition. Some were mocked for their attempt and some were mocked for their stance. It wasn't enforced because for all the attempts, it couldn't be proved which is more an indicator better definitions needed to be in place

[–] [email protected] 8 points 1 month ago (3 children)

This is such a fanboy opinion. Sony killed basically their entire Japanese Development, had 13 GaaS in development at the same time and actively are holding back the standard of Cross Save. They give plenty of reasons to not be the 'gamer' console. Especially now when they are also beginning to drop games on gamepass.

Ironically we still know of more single player games coming to Xbox then games coming to Sony outside of Spider-Man Leaks.

Fallout is currently the hottest game on the market thanks to the Show on top of this.

This really fucking sucks but damn stop trying to use this as a way to promote your team

 

I just imagined a world where for 10 years I told my child I loved them and then for them to within less than a year, stop responding and then actively shame you for doing so.

Fuck, I really wish my parents humanised themselves a bit more when I was younger. It took me far too long to rationalise that adults weren't different from me.

 

I've been thinking about this recently and it's one of those innocent sayings that are quite insensitive. Growing up I heard this quite a lot, usually in response to being shy about asking someone out.

As an adult it's hard to view this as an encouragement when the flip side is women dislike men with insecurities, women dislike men who feel vulnerable when putting themselves out there.

I don't believe any of the connotations that I skewed from the phrase but it's better to suggest "women love a man who are brave enough to fail" as encouragement rather, if you want a basic encouragement.

Just wanted to shar this somewhere appropriate

 

I'm Enjoying some Northernlion and lamenting about Drawfee during there 2 week vacation

 
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