The programming languages DOES matter, it would be handy if it didn't but it does.

Just because the processes of the domain are different it doesn't mean that the steps to achieve goals are not the same. Example: use the same endpoint in an API to complete two or more completely different (business) processes with slightly different parameters

Wondering how can I time the feedback loops time through the day to make them better

Conflict can lead to new solutions, especially when no compromise is possible.

On the topic of reviewing code:
* would be nice to be able to split the code into changes that are whitespace and naming from everything else
* it would also be nice to do some notes on longer change sets (I am not talking about different commits, since one is trying to comment on the code that changed)

Anyway no big deal but here's a demonstration of Mozilla's serverless. client-side-only live text translation technology.

mozilla.github.io/translate/

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Hey Fediverse - feel free to boost this question.

Is anyone developing or does anyone know of "brain training" phone/tablet games SPECIFICALLY aimed at users with dementia.

I'm thinking like, bejewelled, hidden object, endless matching, <whatever>scapes, but they need to be ad-free, low-distraction, big visuals, low stakes/low stress.

I almost want toddler busy-games. But for senior adults. SagoBiggie!

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