I saw a limited edition milk pitcher selling for peanuts.
It tempts me and my non-existent savings.
Thanks for asking sushi. Today went well. I studied and went to class for uni. I even got invited to join a research lab. Though, there's a lasting melancholy that I can't shake off about the whole "existentialist ordeal." I trust that that stems from my own naivety and that it will dissipate with time.
Tomorrow I am planning on doing the same thing: attending my classes and studying. I hope in the morning maybe I can brew some tea and watch the sunrise, to add a little bit of fun into my life.
Nice. I bought some more ram for my laptop so I can run two or three virtual machines and set up a little lab for pentesting and reversing purpose. Feel free to open a thread or to report your progress on this, Python is not hard to learn but some of its quirks can be confusing and should not be overlooked (on the top of my head, what make a type mutable, inheritance and the super method, and asyncio). Check out Corey Schafer's channel if you need videos resources
Also, photos of your greenhouse OP plz
My greenhouse isn't really in the state for photos. It was left untended for a good few years with family just abandoning plants in it, I've only kept it for about a month now. Still some plants growing on the ground, shabby panels, etc. Only have a handful of plants too, about 6 tomato plants (Only 3 grown enough to flower), as many pumpkins, about 4 watermelons, basil, some desert roses my grandmother gave me the seeds for, and a bunch of half living desert plants my mother won't let me trash.
I'm just glad the things I give a shit about are growing good. I may not have picked the best planting season but the pumpkins are growing wonderfully and since they're edible I'm looking forward to pumpkin pie come January. And the watermelons might actually be grown come summer so that'll be nice.
I really need to plant more produce in it though. Anyone here got good suggestions for a warm climate?
Thanks, sushi roll.
I'm studying only with a book of Python but i think i can see some videos to learn more.
Also, do you think i can learn Python only using the terminal?
I've downloaded the Pycharm and SublimeText to programme but it hasn't worked. Some kind of problem with the interpreter on Pycharm.
It's an idiot question but i never used this kind of IDE, only Bluefish to "programme" in HTML.Also, sorry for my bad english.
You can learn Python with a simple text editor and a terminal. You can install ipython with pip to get a friendlier interpreter, and something like black or autopep8 to make your code cleaner, but everything is doable within a terminal without much hassle>>6131
Pumpkins are easy to grow and difficult to mess up provided that you have enough space and give them plenty of water. I miss having a garden.
I won't tell anyone.
I have some conduit and would like to reorganize the cables on the back of my desk in a less restrictive way this time. But my sisters are in town and one has brought her boyfriend who I don't want to meet, so I'm probably going to flee my home and go for a long drive until they go away.
Why don't you want to meet him sushi roll?
I don't really enjoy meeting new people so I avoid doing it unnecessarily. If I think about it, I'd have no reason to speak to him if he weren't dating my sister and that's a pretty flimsy excuse to have to do so now. But really, they've been in and out for several days and the longer I wait the harder it is to just casually greet the guy.