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Specifications are for the weak and timid! This machine is a piece of GAGH! I need dual Pentium processors if I am to do battle with this code! You cannot really appreciate Dilb... 09/12/2007
comments: 0 | views: 791 | Łukasz Żyrański in: Technology
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Patrick Cauldwell points out that the challenge of coding a business app isn’t in writing the code, that’s easy. The challenge is in understanding business requireme... 09/12/2007
comments: 1 | views: 742 | Łukasz Żyrański in: Technology
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A while ago, Jeff Atwood wrote about the merits of laziness for successful software developers. Lest this become the mantra of sub-performing developers everywhere, I wanted to... 09/12/2007
comments: 0 | views: 1484 | Łukasz Żyrański in: Technology
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One common objection I hear to TDD and writing unit tests is that it creates a lot of extra work to develop software. And this is true, but it does not give a complete picture.... 09/12/2007
comments: 1 | views: 1005 | Łukasz Żyrański in: Technology
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While we’re on the topic of appropriate analogies for software development, my homie Micah writes a post about how certain analogies fall short, and he compares writing so... 09/12/2007
comments: 1 | views: 1086 | Łukasz Żyrański in: Technology
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Disclaimer As is customary when a non-lawyer attempts to discuss the finer points of the law, I must start with a disclaimer. I know some fine lawyers, but I, sir, am not a lawy... 09/12/2007
comments: 0 | views: 602 | Łukasz Żyrański in: Technology
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As a kid, one of my favorite tools I had was a shiny red cased Victorinox swiss army knife. I’d carry that sucker around with me everywhere, using the main blade to tackle... 09/12/2007
comments: 0 | views: 591 | Łukasz Żyrański in: Technology
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Intro I have a bit of “me” time today to write some code and I thought I’d treat myself to something light and fun by building something purely for its flashin... 09/12/2007
comments: 0 | views: 2778 | Łukasz Żyrański in: Technology
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A religious war is a very passionate conflict or argument in which each side is absolutely convinced of the objective truth of his own position on a matter of personal preference. 09/12/2007
comments: 2 | views: 1816 | Łukasz Żyrański in: Technology
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The local newspaper sports a comic strip that enjoys every opportunity to mock the modern university’s emphasis on diversity. The strip holds diversity accountable for low... 09/12/2007
comments: 1 | views: 693 | Łukasz Żyrański in: Technology
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I don’t know about you, but when I find something wordy but really worth reading on the web, I print it out. Sure, I could try reading it on my tablet, but do you really w... 09/12/2007
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So you are coding along riding that TDD high when you reach the point at which your code needs to send an email. What do you do now? You might consider writing something that lo... 09/12/2007
comments: 0 | views: 2582 | Łukasz Żyrański in: Technology
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We often hear that the current state of software development is still dysfunctional. Scott Rosenberg recently wrote a book to that effect called Dreaming In Code . He takes take... 09/12/2007
comments: 1 | views: 1387 | Łukasz Żyrański in: Technology
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Jeff Atwood writes a great post on how to become a better programmer by not programming . For the most part, I totally agree with his premise that to become a better programmer,... 09/12/2007
comments: 0 | views: 1559 | Łukasz Żyrański in: Technology
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In Jeff Atwood’s infamous FizzBuzz post , he quotes Dan Kegel who mentions. Less trivially, I’ve interviewed many candidates who can’t use recursion to solve a... 09/12/2007
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