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Tayter Swift
Nov 18, 2002

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Captain Foo posted:

nah that seems rude, good luck 2 this thread

I swear every time a cjs thread closes the one immediately after is a wacky shitshow and gets closed in a day or two, then when everyone gets it out of their system the cjs one after that is what is cool and good

just human nature I guess

cjs: at the vet

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Tayter Swift
Nov 18, 2002

Pillbug

Achmed Jones posted:

is the pup ok?

he isnít dripping blood from his rump today so better than usual I guess

Tayter Swift
Nov 18, 2002

Pillbug
speaking of 80s music rip blade runner soundtrack dude

Tayter Swift
Nov 18, 2002

Pillbug
current job status: trying to do ETL on a 40gb fixed-width file and getting real pissed at all the weird gotchas of pandas and dask

current grandfather status: his dementia-riddled brain is ramping up his separation anxiety again and hes calling every loving hour while im trying to work and im tired of it

Tayter Swift
Nov 18, 2002

Pillbug

Raluek posted:

this has been my experience of adulthood, except itís usually later than 9pm

oof man, that sounds frustrating.

intensely so. it's turned him into an incredibly selfish human being who is constantly convinced that everyone has abandoned him.

my dad and i drop by every saturday to watch the cardinals game, and my grandmother uses the opportunity to go out with her friends -- hit up the mall, lunch etc. after about an hour the panic sets in and he assumes something has happened to her. frantically demanding she call, telling her to come home, cursing out his flip phone when he doesn't understand that the green button means 'call.'

when he isn't panicking over her, he's panicking over his dog. he will freak out after a couple minutes when she is not in visual contact, convinced that she has gotten out of the house. usually she's in his bedroom halfway under the bed because she's as loving sick of it as the rest of us.

like, i get that he isn't really 'there' to most extent and it's just a bag of chemicals with a big mouth, but it doesn't make the experience any less frustrating for the rest of the family, particularly my grandmother and i as we're the ones he attaches to most.

sorry for the rant!

Tayter Swift
Nov 18, 2002

Pillbug
cjs: need to refactor thing, procrastinating instead

Tayter Swift
Nov 18, 2002

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Achmed Jones posted:

best dog pics

yo

Tayter Swift
Nov 18, 2002

Pillbug
eh that was kinda lovely to do w/o material

Tayter Swift
Nov 18, 2002

Pillbug
all our forecasting models are in matlab and while we dont need to see the code to run them, none of us know matlab and the contractor who built them is long gone so we have no real way to update them

plan is to move some to python and some to analytica for some reason but i'm not an economist so i won't be doing that thx

Tayter Swift
Nov 18, 2002

Pillbug
wORST_cASE

Tayter Swift
Nov 18, 2002

Pillbug
id like to know what black magic SAS does to be so drat performant with large datasets because it runs circles around pandas and even dask

Tayter Swift
Nov 18, 2002

Pillbug
cjs: p mad at python, pandas in particular, pd.DataFrame.groupby() in very particular

Tayter Swift
Nov 18, 2002

Pillbug

Silver Alicorn posted:

sorry I'm late but someone said pandas??

i said pandas and i said groupby but i did not say "observed=True" so this thread now takes several petabytes of ram, sorry

cjs: gently caress it i'm making it a 5-day weekend

Tayter Swift
Nov 18, 2002

Pillbug

FAT32 SHAMER posted:

ray liotta died I guess

synth dude from depeche mode too

Tayter Swift
Nov 18, 2002

Pillbug
skipping all weekend chat to say i experienced some monumental naps over the past five days holy poo poo

Tayter Swift
Nov 18, 2002

Pillbug
yesterday was a holiday here

i took a nap

Tayter Swift
Nov 18, 2002

Pillbug
maybe more than one, i lost count

Tayter Swift
Nov 18, 2002

Pillbug
current python status: really stretching the limits of panda's string routines right now

Tayter Swift
Nov 18, 2002

Pillbug
i've got about 250 lines of SAS to port over and every goddamn line is a struggle

Tayter Swift
Nov 18, 2002

Pillbug
cjs: having to learn and use regular expressions for the first time in my life and im sorry this is some black magic poo poo that's going to send me to hell for using

there is no universe where _.ADDRESS.str.replace((r"\A[A-Z]+([\d]+)[A-Z]?"), r"\1", regex=True) should mean a goddamn thing

Tayter Swift
Nov 18, 2002

Pillbug

The Fool posted:

I like to use regex101.com for writing and testing regexes, helps to be able to visualize whats happening and have a handy reference

holy poo poo this is fantastic, thank you so much

Tayter Swift
Nov 18, 2002

Pillbug

The Fool posted:

it's worth noting that regex's should absolutely be a last resort, because famously, if you use a regex to solve a problem you now have two problems

compare and contrast with the current problem

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Tayter Swift
Nov 18, 2002

Pillbug

CPColin posted:

cjs: Our weekly meeting with the laughable fifteen-minute time slot started with nine minutes of slowly polling everybody's ice cream preferences and ended with six minutes of Wordle, with four minutes in the middle that actually contained items from the agenda.

got it in four today, average for me

Tayter Swift
Nov 18, 2002

Pillbug

Archduke Frantz Fanon posted:

cjs: exit interview done i can bail once im done with this surprise hour long meeting my one coworker scheduled :smithicide:

??? why is that meeting your problem

Tayter Swift
Nov 18, 2002

Pillbug
carpenter brut is playing in berkeley in a couple months but i think im way too covid-shook to go

Tayter Swift
Nov 18, 2002

Pillbug
cjs: made a nice blended coffee to get through the last bit of the work week and gently caress it, i dont want to work right now

Tayter Swift
Nov 18, 2002

Pillbug

FAT32 SHAMER posted:

what is peggle

:ironicat:

Tayter Swift
Nov 18, 2002

Pillbug
cls: elder care

i do not recommend it

Tayter Swift
Nov 18, 2002

Pillbug

bump_fn posted:

we canít just leave rotor in the woods, can we?

my grandmother is in the hospital for pneumonia (should be fine). Iím at their house watching my senile as gently caress, dementia-addled grandfather and heís being a complete rear end in a top hat

Tayter Swift
Nov 18, 2002

Pillbug
there's dock diving on tv and those dogs look absolutely pumped

good dogs

Tayter Swift
Nov 18, 2002

Pillbug
cjs: i think today marks 15 years working here

Tayter Swift
Nov 18, 2002

Pillbug

Roosevelt posted:

looks like youre actually 4 months out from clocking 20 chief

lol

i had another account before this one too, i think i regged in summer of 2000 when the rest of the ppl on my hotline server were regging here

Tayter Swift
Nov 18, 2002

Pillbug
current sister status

quote:

One of our radiologists sniffed positive yesterday... then last night I saw him walking down the hall hacking up a lung... without a mask on. =/

Yeah. Management had a big talk with us to let us know that if someone comes to work with covid, we are not allowed to avoid them or treat them any differently...

reminder that authorities want you to have covid

Tayter Swift
Nov 18, 2002

Pillbug
cjs: was p burnt out last week, rather less burnt out this week

Tayter Swift
Nov 18, 2002

Pillbug
what do you call a tyrannosaur at a poker table? a small arms dealer

Tayter Swift
Nov 18, 2002

Pillbug
i played a lot of online poker way back in 2005 when i didnt have a summer job in college .i got way more interested in the math and theory behind it, built spreadsheets and poo poo .im pretty certain those spreadsheet/theory/math skills i learned while doing that got me the job i have now

funny how things can turn out sometimes. i have zero desire to play poker again tho

Tayter Swift
Nov 18, 2002

Pillbug

PIZZA.BAT posted:

poker is fun as hell

i enjoyed the poker metagame more than the game itself tbh, even more so as i got better at poker

i dont think i have any of my 2+2 books any more but i'd probably still get a kick out of rereading small stakes hold 'em

Tayter Swift
Nov 18, 2002

Pillbug

daaaaaamn

cjs: yeah im done

Tayter Swift
Nov 18, 2002

Pillbug
ppl do that intentionally?!? lmao

lol

:smith:

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Tayter Swift
Nov 18, 2002

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the sleep thing I mean not the drinking

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