Basic tests with PhantomJS & GhostDriver
In an afternoon, she taught me how to live slowly, to live better.
And the scientific literature will continue to be stuffed full of errors. And people will continue to die because of them.
Does anyone care? I don’t think so as no-one (ZERO) from a University has commented on my analysis of Elsevier’s restrictive TDM licence. They’ll just go ahead and sign it. Because it’s the easiest thing to do.
Perhaps the wars, poverty, fights for freedom and little miracles of the past have lessons for us that we can use today?
Hopefully I’ve convinced you that gdb a neat exploratory environment for learning C. You can print the evaluation of expressions, examine raw bytes in memory, and tinker with the type system using ptype.