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Why Good Programmers Are Lazy and Dumb
Well, that explains why I solved so many programming problems being ... A dumb programmer would write repetitive lines of code, making the ...

Why Good Programmers Are Lazy and Dumb
Muhammad, programming is a troublemaking process, ... If you want to be a good programmer you always have to have a degree of modesty, ...

Why Good Programmers Are Lazy and Dumb - Google Blogoscoped
Aug 24, 2005 ... I realized that, paradoxically enough, good programmers need to be both lazy ... Lazy, because only a lazy programmer will avoid writing ... None of the questions asked by the programmer required any programming skills.

Programming Truth and Fiction - Google Blogoscoped
Feb 15, 2006 ... To some extent, the programmer simply manifests a detailed model of how the ... Some programmers even remove comments from code to fully ...

Monsters of the Programming World - Google Blogoscoped
Monday, December 10, 2007. Monsters of the Programming World. (Update: Some of you asked for a poster of this, so here goes... also see part 2.) Monsters of ...

More Monsters of the Programming World
Great. I hope it will force some programmers to read something about antipatterns ... :) ... Do some hi-res versions of Programming Monsters 2.

Yahoo Employee Fired for Excessive Programming (Humor) - Google ...
If the fellow was writing programs, the smart thing to do would be to transfer him to the programming department. After all he is at Yahoo.

Programming flow/ state diagram ONLINE software [OT] - Google ...
Programming flow/ state diagram ONLINE software [OT]. Ianf [PersonRank 10]. Wednesday, June 17, 2009 6 years ago • 2,065 views. Does anybody have any ...


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