Wow, https://www.zed.run is easily my new favorite blockchain-based NFT game! Without getting too deep into it, the NFTs in zed run are virtual horses that you can race on the Zen Run website and also breed to make new baby horses! How fast a horse runs for any given race is determined by the horse preferences (such as preferred gate or distance), the horse's genetics (a combination of breed, bloodline, and genotype), and a bit of randomness. Here's a screenshot of what some horses racing looks like!
After building a little NativeScript app with the iOS simulator and a real iPhone test device I was really struggling to get it running on an Android simulator. It kept complaining that my Java version wasn't right, then that the "Android SDK is not installed or is not configured properly"...
The tldr; is basically I need to set some environment variables in my ~/.bash_profile file and then set up a few emulators.
Let me tell you a story... once upon, a time there was a software development team doing scrum. One day the manager decided the team wasn't finishing the tickets fast enough, so he got angry, said everyone was not working fast/hard enough and gave each individual more tickets. When the sprint ended, there were even more tickets that were unfinished than before, and stats-wise the team looked even worse! The cycle continued and things spiraled downwards until the team disbanded. That is certainly not the team that you or I want to be on, yet more often than not this is what "scrum" turns into...
This is a life lesson you'll undoubtedly encounter in your life as well. There are endless opportunities for you to screw up when it comes to personal finance, and the key is to really just waste as little money as possible.
This past summer I set up a little 6-dollar-a-month Ditigal Ocean linux server to run crons jobs for different coding projects like my Plug-N-Play Twitter Engager and some stock analyzer scripts. It was a pretty barebones server instance so it took a bit of work to get into production-ready state. I've tried to compile the steps here so others (and future me) can reference it for a quicker setup. ?
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