Schlagwort-Archiv: Programmieren

Superwahlplus 23.0.

Die Bananen-Software mit der heute gewählt wird heißt ab sofort Twix, ansonsten ändert sich (vermutlich) nix.

Meihrnfach.

This module isn't called "Simple" because it's simple. Far from it. It's called "Simple" because it does complicated things to simple software.

documentation of Distribution.Simple

Sleeptax Error.

By comparing the two groups of participants, we found that a single night of sleep deprivation leads to a reduction of 50% in the quality of the implementations. There is important evidence that the developers' engagement and their prowess to apply TFD are negatively impacted. Our results also show that sleep-deprived developers make more fixes to syntactic mistakes in the source code.

Davide Fucci, Giuseppe Scanniello, Simone Romano, Natalia Juristo: Need for Sleep: the Impact of a Night of Sleep Deprivation on Novice Developers' Performance

Let them code.

Perhaps it’s the fact that the best developers I know are easy to get along with, good listeners, and generally pleasant to work with. Hence, when a manager or executive asks them to run a huge project they take it as a challenge and a compliment. It’s not until 10 months later when they’ve lost their ability to write a while loop that they realize they may have made a mistake.

Rob Walling: Why Good Developers are Promoted into Unhappiness

Open Sourcience.

We argue that, with some exceptions, anything less than the release of source programs is intolerable for results that depend on computation.

Darrel C. Ince, Leslie Hatton & John Graham-Cumming: The case for open computer programs. In: Nature volume 482, pages 485–488 (23 February 2012)

Gud advice.

Security doesn't work retroactively, but I believe in you and I think you'll come back from this even stronger than before.

matrixnotorg: issue 365

Legit.

It is easy to shoot your foot off with git, but also easy to revert to a previous foot and merge it with your current leg.

Jack William Bell, as quoted by M. J. Dominus

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