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I find myself coming here only when something negative happens, and that is uncool and not helpful. Here is a thread with positive thoughts in it.

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Call me Hayden. I work in tech and live in the midwestern US. My in-person community doesn't realize how much I'm struggling right now, with both physical and mental health. I think I'd be willing to risk the stigma, but due to my specific situation, telling people here is dangerous for me and people I care about.

I like , , , , and . I look forward to getting to know y'all.

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Any Java devs that can point me at best practices for global constants? I've a Spring app I've inherited, have to compare some values at runtime against magic strings (customer codes) for some conditional logic, but don't want to embed them deep in the API.

(I'm not a Java developer by trade and haven't really touched it in 20 years.)

Boosts welcome!

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I wish things were different.

...which is just as useful as "hopes and prayers".

Actions would be more useful.

EFD means it is hard to do things, even important things I want to do. I have an emotionally loaded task I do not want to do at all, but other people lean on me to do it, and even though it hurts sorely, it will probably be better for me if I do it as soon as I can. Therefore I procrastinate. I wish I did not.

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This looks good.

"Patient-written clinic letters. Because subjective one-sided analysis is for everyone!"

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Please hire me.

I'm disabled so I can't do physical work anymore, but I can do a great many things. Including actually make good schedules and planning itineraries and customer service and communication things.

Thanks

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