Earlier this month, I wrote about MySQL with JSON support being “fucking tight”. This might be the first time I can recall quoting myself, but fair warning… I kind of like it. Allow me to elaborate. When you process form data through HTTP’s POST protocol for example, to get it into a MySQL database previously, […]
I actually did read Jim Cramers Mad Money book. One of the few books I have read. Doesn’t make me an expert, but he described how he himself was short squeezed and since it is way worse than everybody is talking about for TSLA, I feel like it is a good thing to write about […]
Not my dishwasher. All dishwashers. Current options: Litres of Water used Dishes clean Rate Size Cost/year Manual wash 15L – 18L 1 – 10/min w: 12″ – 32″l: 12″ – 24″h: 6″ – 16″ $8200 (@$15/hr) Dish Washing Machine 15L – 20L 1.66/min w: 18″ – 24″l: 24″h: 35″ $150 (energy) + $100 equipment/service The […]
I estimated Tesla would deliver 113,200 cars this quarter. Tesla delivered 112,000 cars. I overshot by 1,200 cars. How did you do Wall St.? My price Target on TSLA is currently $800 in July 2020. Congratulations to Tesla Employees, Elon and congratulations to all new owners! Current predictions for Q1 and Q2 2020 are 171,000 […]
This is the big question. And everybody should give you a different answer because there is only so much you can do and redoing shit doesn’t move your forward. Unless it does. The answer can often depend on how short-sighted you want to be. There is always an option to leave things alone, preferably stable […]
Man… MySQL with JSON Support is fucking tight! Pull out the keys and save the rest as JSON. It’s that simple.
First to give you some context, I only became aware of the phrase “First Principles” recently. I don’t quite know everything there is about it, but I have started to look at this from a software development perspective in the work I create and I can tell you how I am applying what I know […]