But this is irrelevant to what he said when he looked at the stars:
Where is Everybody?
His point exactly. Based on many assumptions and theories, a simple paradox appears. We cannot see anyone apart from us in the universe (although our observation scope is rather small).
But according to this article, there is a high chance that some other life form ahead of us in technology and advancement that has colonized half his galaxy (which eventually must and will be visible? from us). This is explained thoroughly in the blog post.
But more on those thoughts to the following link :
Looking around the Heroku logs (in terminal write heroku logs) and I found out this really interesting error :
[error] WordPress database error ERROR: date/time field value out of range:
"0000-00-00 00:00:00"\nLINE 1: ...ssword = 'xxasdf' AND post_author
!= 0 AND post_date != '0000-00-0...\n
^ for query
SELECT COUNT(ID) FROM wp_posts
WHERE post_status IN ('publish','inherit') AND
post_password = '' AND post_author != 0
AND post_date != "0000-00-00 00:00:00" AND post_type = 'post'
made by require('wp-blog-header.php'), wp, WP->main,
WP->query_posts, WP_Query->query, WP_Query->et_posts,
do_action_ref_array, call_user_func_array, WPSEO_Sitemaps->redirect,
the module that connects Postgres with WordPress (to be honest that is heavily resource consuming) had thought of sanitizing the query from these cases only at INSERTS:
$sql = str_replace( "0000-00-00 00:00:00", "'now() AT TIME ZONE 'gmt'", $sql);
EDIT: I found out that the above line while writing this post
was SQL Injecting the code which was escaped by the back slashes of gmt and caused again Postgres to fail so I changed it properly. The ajax action of post creation was calling the wp_insert or wp_update method which in turn was trying to insert a new post. I will come back with another update since I cannot escape single quotes somehow…
Apparently this online quiz site / learning platform
creators have built a website with quizes for Web Programming.
Each course gives you the opportunity to go through the basic Web Stack of INTERNET (wtf?) / PROGRAMMING/ PHP / HTML / CSS. All those sections are being presented by a separate girl model (a.k.a. The Codebabe).
I admit that this approach is the least sexist, but hey, there are bad things to a end, and we need more devs, so…
Each time you complete a course, the model takes off 1 piece (literally) of clothing. Nothing radical though…