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@giffengrabber Det er en lidt underligt skala: mulighederne er -3, 00, 02, 4, 7, 10, og 12.
-3 og 00 er dumpet, 02 og derefter er bestået.
Det vil sige at 7 er cirka i midten - altså en ret middelmådig karakter.
Men hvis man tænker i "effort vs outcome"-ratio, så er den her ekstremt høj ;) Har måske brugt to eller tre ærlige arbejdsdage på det her kursus.
@deshipu aha! I think our baseline understanding of both words is pretty different.
I think a product can be non-profit and non-scalable. I think of a single hand-knitted scarf as a product.
I also think a tool doesn't have to be specific-purpose or even single-purpose. Many good tools are purpose-agnostic. I think of the python programming language as a tool.
Anyway, I understand your meme now 😸 and I need to head to bed. Thanks for the chat 🐻
@deshipu my off-the-cuff improvised definition of a product is "something that is the result of a deliberate creation process"
Beer is a product of a brewing process. A computer program is a product of programming sessions, like a song is the product of writing, practicing and recording.
I think (most?) constructed languages are products under this definition, in contrast to natural languages, which aren't created deliberately.
@deshipu depends on what "a product" is, I guess...
There are some edge cases. Spoken languages are tools, but not products. Same goes for other stuff that evolves: the legal system, or a meditation ritual. Arguably tools; clearly not products.
But I'm guessing you have a different definition in mind?
@deshipu hmm... they obviously have a lot in common.
Tools are products, so any good tool is also a good product.
But not all products are tools, so what makes tools special?
It could be about empowering the wielder.
It could also be about being useful in unforeseen circumstances, or for unintended uses.
Maybe it's something about creation versus consumption?
Nu skal jeg bare gøre mig umage for at være klar til mundtlig eksamen i compiler-konstruktion i morgen tidlig 🙃
Wish me luck!
Opdagede først koncerten her for et par timer siden - men der var stadig billetter, så min søster og jeg tog afsted i en fart 🌠
Mange steder kan man dele ordet “kundeoplevelse” med en bindestreg. Mellem o'et og p'er er ikke et af dem. #orddeling
@onlmaps Grr lazy mapmaker didn't even bother to put a number for Denmark on the map.
They even managed to plot Belgium and the Netherlands, which have much gnarlier shapes.
And it's not like it's a population cutoff, since Norway is on the map.
Are we just a part of Germany now?
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