akak1972756 karma2020-07-27 16:40:30 UTC
The original Julia goal was to have the speed of C and the simplicity of Python. To what extent have these goals been achieved, in your opinion?
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akak197271 karma2020-07-27 18:35:50 UTC
My guess is that like with other languages - and most software - the newer features will expose the innards of Julia more and more.
akak197245 karma2020-02-25 19:46:32 UTC
What if your name were changed to Lick Neeson?
Would you feel closer to Liam Nielsen?
akak197241 karma2020-04-08 23:03:00 UTC
If you see this, what are your thoughts on these unsolicited suggestions?
1) At least one building should be left to its old-timey state. This will make people appreciate the sheer difference of luxury and the efforts a typical business goes to to provide comforts. Plus it can be a starting point for conversations - leading to merchandise sail sale from those periods
2) Try reverse psychology in terms of tourism marketing.
Quietly (= low budget) market it as a place for writers, artists, for people recovering (from tragedies, rehab, whatever). Skip the regular-tourist advertising 100%
3) Look into hydroponics
akak197224 karma2020-04-08 23:22:47 UTC
2) Maybe vibe a 'for regular joe rather than executives' indirectly into the marketing-writes .... to make sure young execs drop in! .... But maybe I am now over-thinking
3) Hydroponics basically is agriculture under a greenhouse, replacing soil / sunlight, etc. with their technological equivalents (Coco peat, special lights that mimic sunlight wavelengths, etc.). I am a software engineer btw so this is not a self-promo stuff
This means the set-up cost is high (=Cons), so you generally go with high value crops only == Bye potatoes; hello strawberries / cranberries / micro-greens.
Pros: Needs only 5 to 10% water compared to open field agriculture; yield is typically 10 times of open field; a decent hydroponic setup will last 25 years; production is pretty much throughout the year - unless for example the heating costs are so high when it snows that it makes more sense to shutdown production in winter.
Does need a hydroponic engineer which are not easy to find
Alternatively, you can ditch hydroponics and replace it with a home-wine-brew alternative at the rooms
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