If you can complete a task using either command line tools or one graphical application, what do you usually choose?
What got you into tech?
A few years ago, I was playing a game, I got bored of it and decided to sell the account. However, I had terrible tech knowledge, as well as terrible cybersecurity knowledge in general.
I of course got scammed on the account. My account got banned a week later, since the game noticed weird activity.
Something hit me in the head that I should learn tech. I began learning programming, cybersec etc.
Was worth it :p
More than $100m in cryptocurrency stolen from blockchain biz
First Beta for Krita 5.1.0, the professional FREE and open source painting program, released.
Even more operations can handle multiple selected layers
We’ve improved support for the WebP, Photoshop layered TIFF and Photoshop files, and there’s new support for the JPEG-XL file format. (See the warning below, though!)
We’re now using XSIMD instead of VC, improving painting performance, especially on Android where vectorization now is used for the first time.
The fill tools have been extended with continuous fill and a new Enclose and fill tool.
For Windows, we’re using a newer version of Angle to improve compatibility with video drivers and improve performance.
If you don't know, I'm working on an open-source multiplayer shooter game called #Liblast.
There's a small team working on the game, but we're always looking for new contributors - if you're familiar with #Godot and would like to help make this game happen, check out https://codeberg.org/unfa/Liblast/ !
Here's one of the playtesting session we've held a couple months ago:
The game is still changing a lot and we have lots of exciting developments in the making.
Software developer. Somewhat of a cybersecurity enthusiast. Love Linux and FOSS.
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