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13 entries found in ossasepia for 'chairs' :

diana_coman: there can be a lot of admin work, sure, but there are also event organisers /rooms usually don't come just bare walls and bring your chairs from home (or hm, maybe they do in Panama?); there is still a lot of work on getting the people you want to actually come etc so yes, that part is to be considered well, but really it's that part only; and considered as in "what does this bring for jwrd and therefore is this worth doing?", not ...
BingoBoingo: Because... moving the chairs to close the circle was more work
ossabot: Logged on 2019-09-11 19:10:47 shrysr: stacked chairs...crude .. some holes...some dependent on user permissions in windows by admin. even this was deemed 'wont work'... worked for 3+ years. 1 year in my absence after i left mine... which is when they finally bought a fucking computing cluster for simulations iirc. the point is - the whole project and thought process --- very aligned to the layers described.
shrysr: stacked chairs...crude .. some holes...some dependent on user permissions in windows by admin. even this was deemed 'wont work'... worked for 3+ years. 1 year in my absence after i left mine... which is when they finally bought a fucking computing cluster for simulations iirc. the point is - the whole project and thought process --- very aligned to the layers described.
diana_coman: asciilifeform: do they still have those old chairs and clunky-drills that vibrate your brains out too?
snsabot: Logged on 2019-08-15 12:13:51 shrysr: - This is hard to answer. I think I know, and I've had guidance in general from people I do trust. But there's a lot of 'variety' in experience and too much superficial show and tell (that is applauded to the roof WTF), and "data scientist" means a different things in different places, and few admit their approach to *not* be 'universal' or piled on a stack of unstable chairs. I also see deficiencies in
shrysr: - This is hard to answer. I think I know, and I've had guidance in general from people I do trust. But there's a lot of 'variety' in experience and too much superficial show and tell (that is applauded to the roof WTF), and "data scientist" means a different things in different places, and few admit their approach to *not* be 'universal' or piled on a stack of unstable chairs. I also see deficiencies in
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diana-coman: !q s chairs
shrysr: not all smoke and mirrors, other than not owning the VPS! just a few strong chairs... i will write about it and you will see!!
diana_coman: well, it's a vps and therefore smoke and mirrors/nothing yours anyway so there's nothing *more* to going all the way with the postmodernism at least; hopefully you don't intend to actually *rely* on the whole thing as something in anyway solid or even still working in a year's time (or whenever one of the chairs in that pile you rely on for "quick" gets knocked over/taken out)
diana_coman: shrysr: the main trouble around all those "good things" is that they rarely are exactly what they claim (by now it's almost impossible for them to be, given the huge stack of chairs on which they rely)
diana_coman: shrysr: the trouble is that the moment you dig into it (and you'll get to that moment sooner rather than later, if you are doing anything serious as in actually useful there at all), you'll find that the code in question is such a collection of stacked chairs that developing what you need is not at all such a straightforward thing

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