Did I take the red pill or the blue pill?
I disagree with that. I think there's a difference between casino style gambling where the house is guaranteed to win and loot boxes where the user is guaranteed some value close to the purchase price with a possibility to get something more desirable. But I agree this mechanic + kids = gross
Interested to see if you think it's related - our latest drop was $5 for cards worth mostly $15 but the sealed packs traded for over $100. It makes me think the users, many gen Z, are happy to pay for the digital experience without caring so much about the legacy valuation of the physical that backs it.
I think your list is still mostly valid, I'd think about adding: First surplus income employment (in lieu of college or more important than college) Parents needing care
I went through the process many times and it was really painless in my experience. I always got a positive answer in a week or two.
Pick up a side project if you have time, join a time bound hackathon if you don't. That's what I did when I started feeling that way at Google, and about a year later I left because the company I was working on really needed me full time. If they didn't, I would've remained happy spending a few hours a week on it.
Beat up old sambas
I wear a flat shoe for lifting but will take them off if I'm wearing running shoes and squatting or deadlifting.
I use them for simple actions like format checking and even some test suites but use cloud build for CI/CD
Does it increase the quality of the people on X too?
Why is backend development still important in a world of full stack frameworks?
Thanks! Let's go! We need our space free of frontend framework debates 😉
Me too! Excited to see some more active conversation here
One optimization to limit the response size by doing a query just of my contract to get the eligible addresses, and then filtering my request for seaport logs by those and second, a simple recursive algorithm to split up the query until it succeeds.
This is the most accurate take I've seen in a long time
Sorry about that! It sold out in 30 seconds, so mission accomplished on the stress test front. There's going to be more very soon
As always, I appreciate all feedback! If you try it out, please let me know how the experience was and how we can improve. 🙏 💜
At Courtyard, we ran into scaling issues during our last drop - web3 infra providers aren't used to web2 levels of demand! We addressed the bugs and are running a stress test to push the limits. This is a great opportunity - $5 graded Pokemon cards, dropping this afternoon. https://courtyard.io/drop/stress-test-1