@MikeNGarrett So the idea is they could have had their list of terms and just pasted in new text in the box on the right to get the data they were looking for.
@MikeNGarrett The use case from someone at work:
“I opened all the open job roles in new tabs, then CTRL+F searched for a framework named (like “django”) in each job description. Each time it appeared, I marked it in the spreadsheet. This took hour(s).”
@MikeNGarrett Probably for the ransom photos to show proof you’re still alive
@MikeNGarrett You have newspapers?
@MikeNGarrett No one ever tells you that when you play kids games, 98% of the time it will just be them explaining the rules and 2% of the time will be them explaining how you aren’t following the rules they just switched up
@MikeNGarrett SimCity knew…
@MikeNGarrett Wow is there something in the water that day that two sets of twins live right next to each other?
@MikeNGarrett I can only imagine how much worse twin boys would be
@MikeNGarrett I’m rooting for ya
@MikeNGarrett Then you teach them to get snack themselves 😁
Then they start fighting over the snacks 😭
Then you send them to bed early 😁
Then they take everything out and put it on the floor 😡
@neojp @MikeNGarrett Once I fixed my dumb /usr/local/bin/bash issue everything just worked out of the box for me once I installed a VSCode extension. Here’s a write up gist.github.com/kingkool68/8771a…
And everything worked again! Yay! Here’s a StackOverflow link with more details: stackoverflow.com/questions/7298…
@neojp @MikeNGarrett So yesterday I did this twitter.com/kingkool68/status/15… and part of that process involved deleting /usr/local/bin/bash. VSCode’s terminal was looking for /usr/local/bin/bash for some reason so code linting completely broke because the scripts couldn’t find binaries in the PATH or whatev
@MikeNGarrett I love this information architecture
@MikeNGarrett Soggy Diaper