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Show HN: Implementing an Async Runtime in Rust
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Selfish plug here, I started a YouTube channel dedicated to working through Rust as I wanted to get better at it in general. Feel free to check it out for those interested.
Be very clear in written form that you do not want to resign from your position and would prefer to relocate in January 2023 as that is the best time for you and your family. If they reply back that this is not possible then ask HR about severance as part of your termination and layoff process. Use all these terms in written form to make sure it is documented and very clear where you stand.
Speaking as someone who worked for Tesla before they will absolutely ghost you if you give them an inch to do so. Make sure you have your contacts and e-mails properly documented and stay in constant communication.
Highly depends on where you work. In my company we stick with "use boring stuff" and have a limited amount of "innovation spending". I look at the complexity of these other things mostly as a computer science theory and ways that language and solving problems could be done.
I hear what you're saying, but on the other hand, it's because of people like Elon Musk, the Saudi Royalty, and dozens of other wealthy individuals and funds that many of us even have high paying jobs at a number of high profile tech companies.
Yea this seems like a significant amount of unnecessary risk for an asset that is unlikely to get better. I wonder how much of a recession/downturn would trigger a margin call for that amount.
That is a serious amount of debt financing and going into margin. This is significant risk for an asset that is unlikely to get significantly better in value. I wonder how much a collapse in Tesla stock would trigger a margin call.
I mean we don't really own our hardware anyway so I guess what's the difference at this point. We have no right to repair so might as well just reframe that problem entirely.
Our hubris knows no bounds
Search is still not a solved problem. Maybe one day brain-computer-interactions will bring us closer
The long term solution is to get away from "top 10 results". All this has done is provide a stream of effectively the exact same thing being said just across different platforms. It doesn't provide people with perspective, it just becomes a system for gamification. I want perspective, deduplication, and some way of seeing everything hierarchically.
I wish search could be hierarchically visualized so I didn't have to page through several hundred articles of the exact same thing being reported for the exact same quotations for the exact same events. Deduplication, hierarchical organization would allow me to see true variance among a topic rather than use a very limited way of ranking relevance. I want perspective, not top 10 exact same things being said.
More and more incentive is emerging for niche search engines.
Targeted advertising isn't all that bad if it provides useful choice in an otherwise crowded market. Where I disagree with the premise is when advertising becomes predatory in a lot of ways is when it preys on psychology and emotion - particularly disgust, anger, distrust in some cases.
I used facebook for a brief period only because I was trying to sell some stuff on the marketplace. That being said marketplace is a crapshoot most of the time it seems so it ended up not working out. Every time I visited that cesspool of a website I regretted it immediately. Had to add a stylus script to disable loads of unwanted content
> So the role of the regulation will be actually to forbid certain types of contracts, that limit the right for repair, not to grant this right.
That's actually what I think the title should of been. But that's my own opinion.
"Senate introduces bill to forbid farming contracts that limit right to repair"
I get that, it's just a titling thing. Even framing the discussion in that way is not only a more accurate description of what's happening (as you've elaborated) but it lands better (if you were looking at this as a libertarian type perspective).
Anyway, it's just a thing that irks me is all.
I wish these things were re-worded the other way. It's a sad state of affairs that a law has to be encoded to grant the people permission to do something that should be the default state. Right to repair is about targeting the manufacturers and preventing them from making it impossible to do so.
Making friendships is actually easier when you are enjoying something you like to do. I recently got back into scuba diving in the last few years (used to do it a lot years ago) and I've met a number of people in the community. A lot of acquaintances, some friendships along the way, but it's great practice for learning to establish a community around yourself. You'll find that making friends is easier when you frequent a community you actually like being apart of.
In all honesty, that feeling of isolation (i think) has a lot to do with just feeling bored because you've got nothing you want to do or anyone to do that with. Expand your peripheral a bit, figure out what makes you excited, try new things, (yes take a class). If you really liked dancing - like a lot - then yea you might make friends there if you decide to take enough classes idk.
When I got back into diving I found multiple avenues for opportunities to make friends. One - the dives themself are typically always with other people, two the planned trips together, three the classes themselves, four honing your own skills and learning how to become an instructor..etc.
I've known friends who got really into rebuilding cars, jeeps, motorcycles..etc for instance that they became regulars at certain places, groups or meetups that you make friends that way. Or others who are really into d&d, cosplay, and loads of other geeky stuff. It's a preference thing of what you like to do and whether other people like to do that too. Like a child who just wants someone to play with. It's innate.
Personally I'm a bit biased towards doing hobbies that involve being outside and doing something physical. Too much time in front of a computer staring a code all day - I need to do something else sometimes. Helps to talk to other people when you're working on some other skill set - you learn from others and you get to meet cool people. However, I've also just enjoyed playing card games and setting up movie nights - just having something you like doing together with other people - whether that's a group of friends or your wife and kids (for the parents/married group)
Believe it or not Lamborghini for instance does make a tractor that is pretty beefy https://www.lamborghini-tractors.com/en-eu/ I would not be surprised to see Tesla enter that market some time down the road