SELECT a.pk, b.pk, c.pk, d.name FROM a JOIN b on b.pk = a.fk JOIN c on c.pk = b.fk JOIN d on d.pk = c.fk
I can do
SELECT a_pk, b_pk, c_pk, d_name FROM view_a_b_c_d
I have a lot of this sort of thing through my code.
I’ve done a performance test, and the differences seem to be negligible, and I feel it would greatly tidy my codebase up and remove a lot of repetition.
But before I commit to that (as it’d be a big change with a lot of work and testing), I want to check that this IS a good thing to do. I didn’t study computer science and have no formal DBA training. I’m also a sole dev working on my own closed-source product. So I don’t get much input from the outside world, unless I strike out and ask for it.
Thank you – any opinions/experience appreciated.
The Natural Explorer class feature is sort of vague about what skill checks count
When you make an Intelligence or Wisdom check related to your favored terrain, your proficiency bonus is doubled if you are using a skill that you’re proficient in.
I emphasized related to, because it doesn’t say "while in," so I’m wondering whether keeping watch in your favored terrain counts as related to your favored terrain. This could represent something like being more familiar with what’s naturally around, and so you have an easier time spotting what shouldn’t be — i.e. the approaching enemy.
Does it apply?
Experienced DM, new to 5e. Dealing with a party that includes two Elves. Party did not establish a night watch. Dice dictated an overnight raid of the party’s provisions. Seems fair to give the Elves a chance of hearing the activity, although being situated 50′ away, it would not be great. However, having two of them should boost the math a little.
What is fair to do here, given 5e rules?
I’m building a part of a site where users can embed Youtube videos into their profile. I’m planning to have them get the embed iframe from Youtube directly, and submit that to our server. We’re then responsible for rendering it.
For completeness, a typical such iframe would look like this:
<iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/ZK7ih4V0erc" frameborder="0" allow="accelerometer; autoplay; encrypted-media; gyroscope; picture-in-picture" allowfullscreen></iframe>
Of course, it would be bad to just take whatever HTML the user provides and render it verbatim. My question is: How much effort should I go to to verify this iframe is what I expect?
My approach at the moment is to parse whatever HTML they provide, and:
- Verify that the fragment is an iframe,
- Verify that the src attribute comes from Youtube.
Is there anything beyond this that I should be watching out for? I’m okay with them specifying a youtube video incorrectly (i.e. giving the ID for a video that doesn’t exist).
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2017 was a very interesting year for the automobile industry and everything that went on both in the public light and behind the scenes. From seeing rideshare companies continue to grow, car sales decline and self-driving vehicles hit the road, it was surely historical.
2018 is lined up to be no different. Here are four Phone Number List automobile trends to keep an eye on during the coming months and 2018 as a whole.
1. Electric Vehicles – 2018 is going to be a very exciting year for electric vehicles as they finally have gained ground in the industry. New options will be available along with models which offer longer driving ranges and will be cheaper in price. Charging times will continue to decrease and charging stations will begin to pop up more and more around major highways and cities. As the world continues to push more toward a healthier environment, the rise of electric vehicles will continue to grow. Outside of the United States, other countries have already begun to implement this change and are making electric vehicles their number one priority and number one transportation option.
2. Car Sales – For the first time in seven years, car sales in the United States have gone down. While this shouldn’t come as a huge red flag, it does have some people questioning what will the future hold. As rideshare services become more readily available and cars are still expensive, more and more people are deciding not to own a vehicle. Experts predict that sales will do fine in 2018, yet it will be interesting to see how major automakers do in the new year.
3. Rideshare Companies – Rideshare companies have taken the transportation industry by storm and have really made an impact on how people get around. They offer such an easy way to request a ride and an easy way to pay, making trips quicker and cheaper overall. The two rideshare giants, Uber and Lyft, have also introduced extended programs such as how to deal with those with visual impairments and even taking patients to their medical appointments. If these efforts continue, rideshare companies will be around for a long time. It will be interesting to see what they have in store for 2018.
4. Driverless Vehicles – Along with electric vehicles, driverless vehicles are poised to become the next big thing. Once thought of as only a dream, they are now becoming a reality. 2017 saw driverless vehicles getting physical miles covered on the roads and newer and better technologies. Major companies all over have been pouring money into these new autonomous safety features, hoping to perfect it. So far, we have seen driverless vehicles on the roads in California and Michigan and they don’t seem to be stopping any time soon. It is believed that driverless vehicles will make the roads nearly 95% safer than what they currently are.
So I am currently running a game with 3 PCs, 2 of which are Elves and 1 a Human. I am just trying to calculate the most efficient way to run watch shifts during long rests since both of the elves only need 4 hour meditation to be considered fully rested.
In the PHB pg 168 in the section about long rests it states that (emphasis mine):
A long rest is a period of extended downtime, at least 8 hours long, during which a character sleeps or performs light activity: reading, talking, eating, or standing watch for no more than 2 hours.
Now my question is, once a character is considered fully rested and no longer needs the “long rest” are they able to keep effective watch for longer than a period of 2 hours? So say that the elves both finish their 4 hours, can they now keep a vigilant watch for the other 4 hours the human PC needs to rest?
Is there a way to watch for a schema changes in mySQL? Or I will have to continuously query information_schema tabes?
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