@raceprouk Funny that, I received an e-mail from a recruiter asking if I want to pre-interview for a JS/Node dev job today.
I only use PHP. (That's not strictly true, I do some front end work but I'm no JS dev)
Lord of the dissolute. Jurassic Island Survivor. Bad Science Fiction author and PHP developer with a background in Windows/Citrix infrastructure.
If you don't have any comments to make, why not paste in the lyrics to Tenacious D's Fuck Her Gently?
I found out last year at a kareoke bar that this is oddly one of the few songs I can sing in tune. A video exists, and it's not as bad as I expected. I will not share it.
@timebandit It's a Canadian passport they issue to Americans with good manners
Status: Throwing together a small web application to manage mileage cost claims (i.e. claiming back travel expenses) which is currently all paper forms and guff. Is it just me, or would anyone else also be tempted to apply the following rules as is and make sure that anyone who travels over 8501 miles per year doesn't get paid for either miles 8500 or 8501 as expressly laid out below? This is straight from our provided documentation.
Support Rate1 Rate2 Rate3
<8500 miles 46.9 52.2 65
>8501 miles 13.7 14.4 16.4
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