Whoah! First time this happened with Win 10 updates*: did not complete, so held my breath while rollback spinner kept spinning. Fortunately, back to the old state. FYI: I'm on Microsoft Insider Slow Track. * https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3194496
Will watch all of Bartosz Milewski explain Haskell with Cat Theory someday maybe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8BtBl8PNgd3vWKtm2yJ7aA Now *don't* keep track of this promise will ya? Keeping the link lying around here incase I want to access it later.
@33mhz - notice a diff between reported following count and what I see - open same user profile in non-authenticated mode - compare what I see logged and what I see non-authenticated - find and open suspected blocker profile to confirm I can't Logical.
@gtwilson watching Stroustrup in CPPCon 2016 video, impressed and amazed with that guy's stamina and openness to change. In fact ISO voting is what's holding back progress he wanted put in; now there's fragmentation of compiler adoption of C++17 features.
I've basically given up on posting to SO. Have experienced a large number of the points raised in this, as well as others. I've also seen the quality of responses drop off drastically. Seems like those with the knowledge are moving off too. <=> [getpocket.com]
Good idea as it will prevent fragmentation and extend the platform as a better competitor to Java. Besides who knows many languages now only available on JVM will move over: https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/dotnet/2016/09/26/introducing-net-standard/