@brianoflondon You’ll need to open channels first to be able to send/receive. DM your connection string to Adam and I and we will open channels to it.
@agates Don't get me wrong. I really like C# and .Net. I had to learn it for those utilities and it was great. One of the reasons I like it is because it's easy to pick up even non-commented code after a few months and clearly see what it's doing. It's a very easy to read language.
@agates Well I take that back. I wrote a few C# utilities for a digital scanning system last year. Yes, it's "compiled", but not sure I count that because .Net. 😂
@agates Yeah it feels real nice. I haven't written any compiled code in a couple of years. The last I did was some Swift for an iphone app I was developing. I guess I see the similarity just from trends as you said. It just always felt like a waste to spend time getting real good at Swift and then not be able to use it many other places besides Apple world. Rust feels like a much better time investment.
Starting to develop the basic structure for the distributed aggregator client:
This code compiles but doesn't do anything that makes sense to anyone but me. It's current form is the code equivalent of thinking out loud to get my mind right.
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