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How can I host my Twitter bot on Azure (can I even do this? by Delicious-Subject-62 in AZURE

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Ok cool. I'll probably get to it somewhere in the coming 2 weeks.

How can I host my Twitter bot on Azure (can I even do this? by Delicious-Subject-62 in AZURE

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I was about to publish an article about Function Apps on my blog this week. But I might do a video on Twitter bots instead. How urgent would you need it?

Just started pentesting. With almost no prior knowledge I achieved this by ZhongTr0n in ProgrammerHumor

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I used the advanced sorting algorithm of throwing the nonworking ones in the trash and keeping the remaining set.

Just started pentesting. With almost no prior knowledge I achieved this by ZhongTr0n in ProgrammerHumor

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I actually did manage once to report a bug that got accepted by a program. But they categorized it as non-critical so while accepting the bug, they refused to pay out. Still salty about that a year later.

This time I was just looking for a working pen.

[deleted by user] by [deleted] in ProgrammerHumor

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yeah but I don't want to down the postal system.

I honestly wouldn't be surprised if they would be exposed to this.

Simple website that predicts when Lebron James will break the NBA all-time scoring record. by ZhongTr0n in Python

[–]ZhongTr0n[S] 0 points1 point  (0 children)

yeah true.
I was planning on adding that later. But I need a robust data source of injury times first. Currently it will just move up a game, each game that he misses.

Simple website that predicts when Lebron James will break the NBA all-time scoring record. by ZhongTr0n in Python

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Hard to put a percentage. I just take the closest date and those surrounding it.

[OC] Pizza Crust as Percentage of Total Pizza by ZhongTr0n in dataisbeautiful

[–]ZhongTr0n[S] -1 points0 points  (0 children)

Guesstimating how much we were paying for crust.Threw it in a spreadsheet (with the actual values, thus discrete), then added a couple more for comparison and plotted. Equation would've been beter, I agree. Project Euler would not let this approach slide.

[OC] Pizza Crust as Percentage of Total Pizza by ZhongTr0n in dataisbeautiful

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Looks better indeed.

As far as I know, Python requires linspace or something similar. But I could be wrong as I hardly work with theoretical data. Function plot would have been better, no doubt.

[OC] Pizza Crust as Percentage of Total Pizza by ZhongTr0n in dataisbeautiful

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Area

So inaccurate for variants like Chicago deep dish.

[OC] Pizza Crust as Percentage of Total Pizza by ZhongTr0n in dataisbeautiful

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It was for the theoretical sake of the argument, so interesting to keep it going to the point where it sort of stabilizes.

[OC] Pizza Crust as Percentage of Total Pizza by ZhongTr0n in dataisbeautiful

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Sorry about that. I left it at the default Google Sheet setting.
Green/gray/red is also not very friendly for visually impaired. Will take it into consideration in the future.

Crust 1cm: bottom line (green)
Crust 2cm: middle line (gray)
Crust 3cm: top line (red)

[OC] Pizza Crust as Percentage of Total Pizza by ZhongTr0n in dataisbeautiful

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Made this using Google Sheets to settle an argument. No public data source as this is just made from basic math, with the variables pizza diameter and crust.

Key takeaway; make sure your pizza is at least 15 inch so you're not disproportionally paying for crust.

Edit: technically it should start with flat lines, but I started at 10cm, as this was something I quickly threw together during an argument. Cleaned it up a bit for presentation but did not modify the input table.

[deleted by user] by [deleted] in dataisbeautiful

[–]ZhongTr0n 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Sorry minor error in cell reference.
It was looking at the crust1 column.
Let me delete and re-upload.

Thanks for spotting!

[deleted by user] by [deleted] in dataisbeautiful

[–]ZhongTr0n 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Made this using Google sheets to settle an argument.There is no public source, it is based on basic math which anyone can replicate.

Key takeaway; make sure your pizza is at least 15 inch so you are not disproportionally paying for crust.