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Study maths, sleep, I hate maths
Off topic but if you’re interested https://lemmy.ml/c/askawoman I don’t know how to promote. I asked lemmy support just waiting to hear back. If your bored I guess you can check it out
I spent yesterdays evening (now I just got up, gm to everyone) reading some books while I was building linux in the background.
To enjoy videoneat TV
Work on all-state music, write, and study.
I’m probably going to play some PS2 games and listen to music, usually my weekend plans.
I was eating delicious tacos
Attendin this performance by a band called “Salt Rock” . They are amazing, and really ROCK!!
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Yes its them
Just finished up a Leetcode contest, time to relax and play some 2009scape
Most likely I hang out with my friends. I also try to learn Angular by doing an Udemy course paid by my former employer.
bed for me lol
Waiting for the end of capitalism
Alas, it make take a few more days
I’m at a synchrotron in Germany doing some experiments! Just got done with another night shift, it’s 8 am now here. This evening I’ll have my final night shift, hopefully I will manage to measure some nice spectra.
Damn man, thsi is actually pretty cool!
Very awesome, how is using Linux Mint on industrial hardware?
As a user I had no complaints, it all worked smoothly. I am not sure why, but I think that the three synchrotrons that I have visited used Linux Mint in the machines that controlled the hardware.
They need to be Debianized for the next level.
They have written programs (mostly with python, I think) to move the motors, capture data from the photodiode, and control the laser. The programs work fine as is, and the bottleneck time-wise is the time it takes to get good statistics, not really the efficiency of any of the controls or speed of the data analysis. So, what one cares the most about is that the programs continue working as they do every day they come in. I don’t know if there would be a gain from switching to Debian. What do you think the benefit would be? I haven’t used Mint on my own machines, only Ubuntu and Arch. I know Arch I wouldn’t recommend for something like this because I have had many updates breaking things and having to spend time fixing those, which would not be a good thing to happen during a beamtime!
Thats really fuckin cool
Trece? Entre más me la mamas, más me crece. :v
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WOW!!! That’s fucking amazing!!
Yeah! It’s pretty cool :) Difficult shifts, though 😅
It was 2 AM here when you posted it XD
Oh no way lol
My whole weekend is just back to back to back seeing family so they can see the baby. Had a few beers and got most the laundry done so atleast ill have clean clothes for monday
Dope! Arnt you tired though?
from experience, I don’t think sleep is something they get much at this point anyway.
Does "having covid 19” count as a plan?
I am suffering so much right now
I hope that you are feeling better already!
Do you really have it?
Yeah and it fucking sucks.
Sending all my well wishes and luck right now!
also some hugs 🫂🫂🫂🫂