What are the most unusual things people have uploaded to GitHub?
TrumpScript : samshadwell/TrumpScriptMission: Just like he is making America great again, we hope our efforts will make programming great again.FEATURES:Our language includes several convenient features, perfect for any aspiring Presidential candidate including:No floating point numbers, only integers. America never does anything halfway.All numbers must be strictly greater than 1 million. The small stuff is inconsequential to us.There are no import statements allowed. All code has to be home-grown and American made.Instead of True and False, we have the keywords fact and lie.
Only the most popular English words, Trump's favorite words, and current politician names can be used as variable names.Error messages are mostly quotes directly taken from Trump himself.All programs must end with America is great.
Our language will automatically correct Forbes' $4.5B to $10B.In its raw form, TrumpScript is not compatible with Windows, because Trump isn't the type of guy to believe in PC.TrumpScript boycotts OS X and all Apple products until such time as Apple gives cellphone info to authorities regarding radical Islamic terrorist couple from Cal.
The language is completely case insensitive.If the running computer is from China, TrumpScript will not compile. We don't want them stealing our American technological secrets.
By constructing a wall (providing the --Wall flag), TrumpScript will refuse to run on machines with Mexican localesWarns you if you have any Communists masquerading as legitimate "SSL Certificates" from China on your system.Won't run in root mode because America doesn't need your help being great. Trump is all we need.Easy to type with small handsIf you find you can't get any TrumpScript to run on your computer (probably because we disallow the two most popular operating systems), you can specify the --shut_up flag to let the interpreter know you just want your code to run, damn it.
Enough Github for the day!.
------Hello everyone.. I'm interested in migrating to Canada.. I've searched a lot and read a lot about that but still a little lost and confused on what should I do as a first step? I appreciate your help ufe0f
First step is to go to the Immigration Canada website and start researching the options. Everything you need to know is on that website.The process is explained step-by-step and you can apply online. Start by trying for Express Entry, which is the largest and fastest program.Immigrate through Express EntryEntry is based on points. You get points for age (20 to 35 is best), education, career or skilled trade, work experience, and fluency in English or French or both. There are extra points available for other factors, like work experience in Canada or having a sibling living in Canada.If you complete the questionnaire on this page, you will get an idea of how many points you would score. At present, successful applicants are scoring 470 points.
Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) tool: skilled immigrants (Express Entry)You would also need to either have a job in Canada or bring enough money to support yourself while re-settling.nProof of funds - Skilled immigrants (Express Entry)Please be aware that if you emigrate from Syria to Canada as a teacher and expect to get a teaching job, you will need to be re-qualified to teach in Canada. Plus, there is no shortage of teachers in Canada so there is a lot of competition for jobs. I'm not trying to discourage you but it is better to be forewarned.If you don't score 470 points, you can start researching some of the other programs. Start on this page:nImmigrate to CanadaDue to COVID-19, Canada's borders are currently closed. So there is no rush. Take the time to research the options and the process.Be cautious. There seem to be a lot of scammers who prey on people who want to come to Canada. If someone offers you a guaranteed job-and-visa to Canada in exchange for money...walk away. It is a scam.
The best and most accurate route into Canada is to do your own application following the advice on the Immigration Canada website.Good luck
------What are the fanciest and most complicated ways to say "hello" and "goodbye"?
Hello1. WHAT'S THE CRAIC?How they say "What's up?" in Ireland. The craic (pronounced "crack") is the news, gossip, latest goings-on, or the fun times to be planned.2. HOW HOPS IT?Be classically cool with this late 19th-century slang for "How's it going?"3. AHOYAdd a little jaunty excitement by getting into a pirate mode.4. HAT TIPBe the strong, silent type and forgo words entirely with an elegant tip of your hat.5. THERE HE/SHE IS!Make someone feel like the man or the woman of the hour.
6. CIAOFeeling friendly and cosmopolitan? Ciao will set the mood. Add a kiss on each cheek for authenticity.7. S.P.D.S.V.B.E.E.V.Want to write a letter with a classical Latin feel? Open with this abbreviation for Salute plurimam dicit. Si vales, bene est, ego valeo. "Many greetings. If you're well, then that's good, and I'm well too."8. SALUTATIONSShow off your verbal dexterity with this gentleman's greeting.9. GREETINGSOr keep it simple and use the word that means just what it says.
10. HOWDYKeep it casual, cowpoke, or get fancier with a full-on Howdydo?11. ALOHABring a little mellow sunshine to your interactions by greeting the Hawaiian way.12. NAMASTEStart with a show of respect. This peaceful greeting comes from the Sanskrit for "I bow to you.
"13. HOW'S TRICKS?You've got to smile when you dust off this gem from the 1920s.14. BREAKER, BREAKEROpen the conversation like a trucker on a CB radio.15. WELL, LOOK AT YOU!Reminiscent of the sweet way your grandma used to express how impressed she was with you. Why not spread the love around with this opening?
------Why do my outreach emails have an extremely low open rate? It's B2B. Do you think it is the lockdown (because of virus)? I did "Hello First Name" as a subject line.
The reason that your emails are being opened due to this pandemic is secondary.Here are some reasons that I feel are often held in charge of low open rates:Subject LineYou shouldnt forget that its your subject line which will make or break you email. Subject lines are the gatekeepers to your emails and therefore the very first thing that the recipient sees in their inbox. an honest subject line can dramatically increase the likelihood that your email are going to be opened. On the opposite hand, an uneventful subject line can significantly decrease your email open rates benchmarks because it implies to the readers that your email isn't worth opening.
A good email subject line has two components: firstly, it tells the recipient what the e-mail contents are and secondly, it tells the recipient that the e-mail is worth opening. the topic line should stand out and spark interest to the recipients, without looking like spam.Using Buzz WordsCertain keywords (buzzwords) negatively affect the e-mail open rates and thus, should be prevented altogether. Some examples are free, help, reminder, percentage off, etc. So confirm that you simply avoid this by all means.Less Personalization and IncentivesStatistics shows that personalized emails are 22.2% more likely to be opened. Adding the recipients name gives a private touch to the e-mail and therefore the email doesn't look automatically generated. Adding recipients past trends and buying habits within the subject line add the private touch.
You should give some incentive to the recipients to open the e-mail . Add some urgency to the topic line, offer them something they value or something that are relevant to them in order that they're incentivized enough to open the e-mail.Keywords that triggered SpamCertain keywords within the subject line trigger the e-mail as spam. Avoiding such words will land the emails within the recipients inbox, increasing the probability for the recipients to open them. Avoid using keywords like Free, both within the subject line also because the email body. Instead, use words like complimentary, at no charge, etc.
------How can I learn Krav Maga?
Find a Krav Maga school near you and make sure it's a good one.Dear friend of mine got burned and I'm still debating going down there with some allies to verbally chew them out.Krav Maga has been saturated, and people don't know what the standards are. Anyone can call themselves a Krav Maga instructor, but few actually fit the bill.I actually asked this question to one of my Krav Maga instructors for a dear friend and he had a great response.He said that when checking out a teacher, make sure the person is trained in Krav Maga itself, not just MMA or any other discipline. If the teachers don't specifically study that field, don't take it.Anyone can call it Krav Maga. My teachers are trained by students of the founder of the entire system, and TAUGHT Krav Maga in the Israeli army. They know exactly what they are doing.Here's one of my teachers Raz Chen when he was teaching soldiers Krav Maga. He's the real deal, as you can see. He's gotten SLIGHTLY more mellow since then. Considering how hard he works people, we all salute the soldiers he trained.Make sure teachers are who they say they are. Do not believe people who talk about a special forces background. If you serve in special forces, you don't talk much about it, especially with people you don't know.Recently, a guy went around my Krav class saying that he had served in Sayeret Matkal and was opening up a class. Yeah freaking right.
A lot of scammers and liars have diluted the name, but as someone who owes so much to my teachers, I know it's a very useful martial art when taught well.Ask their liniage. It should end with one of Imi Sde Or's students and then Imi himself.If you want to know the lineage:Grand Master Imi invented Krav Maga and taught to his prized pupil, Master Gabi Noah.
Master Gabi Noah taught his prized pupil Raz Chen, who so far declines the title of Master and prefers expert/instructor, but I have no doubt will be illustrious in his own right.Raz teaches me.If you're interested in Krav Maga in the New York area, I study here. Krav Maga NYC Elke Weiss' answer to Why are there so many negative comments about krav maga?."
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