TL;DR: The podcasting ecosystem is starting to go through the same process of centralization that happened to text communications some time ago.
TL;DR: Functional programming languages and architectures provides many features (declarative programming; immutability; higher-order functional composition; static typing with type inference; pure functions; lazy evaluation) that offer, in my opinion, more benefits than disadvantages when compared to their imperative counterparts.
TL;DR: I stopped using Windows and now I use Linux. I tried switching to it many times in the past without success but in the past 2 years I made the switch. The transition was made possible because now I have the experience and the incentives to do it, Linux distros became much more user-friendly and there’s a lot of high quality software for it.
TL;DR: Until recently I’ve always believed that Object Oriented Programing is the best and professional way of solving most problems, but I’m probably wrong. From now on I’ll change this behavior by first thinking if OOP is the right tool for the problem I’m facing.
TL;DR: I quit using Facebook more than 1 year ago and the overall effect was beneficial to me. I stopped wasting time in useless Facebook posts and started wasting time into more enjoyable internet activities. I may go back to it someday if the conditions are right. Maybe you should quit it too.