Bilder „Wein auf der Insel“ Lauffen am Neckar 7.9.15

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  1. They should start replacing them with They have long lives, work great for stop and go, and most USPS vehicles do not need extended range less than 20 miles a day Electrics also need much less maintenance than gas A new electric would cost pretty much the same as a gas vehicle except for the For a 40 mile range vehicle, that would cost about $3k $300/kwh, which tesla sells them for less, and 300 wh/mile, which is comparable to a 5k ibs model With a good chassis, it’ll get closer to 45 or 50 miles , but would save $300/year assuming $2/gas and a gallon burned per day Considering a 20 year life, it would save a lot of money, not to mention the green USPS should really put out RFPs for

  2. When you start out, you’ve got it all in your You keep going, and you notice some unexpected As far as you know, you’ve done everything right, so you have no clue why it’s not You might wrack your brain over it for a while, but something’s just not clicking, so you try the experimentative You make adjustments, add strange constants, maybe write lines of code to offset previous lines of code that don’t work for some And then you end up with something that works, but you don’t know why, and there’s a good chance it only works 90% of the time or 90% The other thing that happens is that people write things that are so long and complicated that they lose scope, and forget about all the reasons it does They might come back to it two months later and forget what the hell they did to get it running in the first That’s one of the reasons proper annotation is Generally, code you wrote and don’t understand is bad code, or at least is predisposed to being bad But sometimes it’s good enough if you’re a hobbyist and it’s never going to see practical use anyway , or people just get tired/run out of fucks/are literally unable to do And that’s why we have softwaregore

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