200922

200922

amanfromMars 1 Tue 22 Sep 03:48 [2009220348] …… giving prior warning of Approaching Tempestuous Storm Clouds on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2020/09/18/its_ipo_week_and_one/

Hedging an abounding consternation concerning almighty corrections/realistic future expectations

I can make money both long and short, so if markets, indexes and shares do come down… I’m none too concerned. ….. Aristotles slow and dimwitted horse

How does one hedge in order to be none too concerned, Aristotles slow and dimwitted horse, about certain systems [in Advanced IntelAIgent Development] going long and speculating shorting current hyper valuing marketplace spaces/pump and dump boilerplate operations being able to survive and prosper from overpriced toxic quixotic market darling meltdowns?

Would the algorithm say …. Pile into and support both in order to make funny money on the collapse of a not so very vital and virile marketplace mover and shaker after all?

How do you stop that which is surely akin to a sublime premium, sub-prime marketplace space cannibalism ?

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amanfromMars 1 Tue 22 Sep 09:15 [2009220915] ……. speculates on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2020/09/21/diffblue_let_ai_code_unit_tests/

Runaway Rogue Renegade CodeXSSXXXX

With that being said, even humans can have a hard time trying to figure out what a piece of code does if it’s complex enough. This leads to a pet peeve of mine. Comments or the lack thereof. I can’t tell you the number of times that I have looked at code, and found no comments in much of it. Then it takes time for me to trace through the logic to piece together the original programmer’s mindset when the code was written. …. Maelstorm

A similar pet peeve floats around in the El Reg commentary spaces, Maelstorm, whenever downvotes are not accompanied by authorship with anything intelligible to further process as valid and acceptable or ignorant nonsense to be avoided and rejected.

Such though is able to tell one considerably more than was surely ever desired or expected to be present in an anonymous virtually remote silence ….. so all is not lost.

In some cases, one could almost believe dumb virtual machine algorithms were responsible for negative voiceless human decisions.

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amanfromMars 1 Tue 22 Sep 11:55 [2009221155] …. being eternally optimistic on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2020/09/22/gnome_naming_scheme/

Re: Downvote…

(C’mon folks, let’s see if I can break that downvote record!)”

Don’t wake the giants! @amanfrommars1 and @bombasticbob have been getting decent upvotes and not many downvotes recently, so don’t provoke them by trying to displace them …. Fruit and Nutcase

Well, I certainly know what I prefer to believe if considering whether the change is due to their dumbing things down a tier or two for everyone or else more folk being enabled to understand so much more of what is happening all around them elsewhere in the deep webs and dark shadows of future shady virtual enterprise, and upping their game a level or three in order to be better able to engage.

Some would tell you the eternal optimist is both fated and destined to be constantly disappointed …. but that surely identifies the eternal pessimist who appears to have simply lost all hope of fundamental/radical/existential change being possible. That’s a hellish space place for sure. You can keep it, for it is bound to rotten and rotting in such a pond of stagnation and petrification.

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amanfromMars 1 Tue 22 Sep 12:04 [2009221204] …. casting doubt on a shared view on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2020/09/22/gnome_naming_scheme/

Re: “especially from an engagement and marketing perspective”

The marketers are in charge, not the techies. It’s as simple as that. …. jake

Don’t be betting any money you cannot afford to lose on that opinion being perfectly true or not entirely incorrect, jake. 🙂

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