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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.

Brad Fitzpatrick (of LiveJournal, now at Google) Talks About ...
Nov 7, 2009 ... Brad Fitzpatrick, born in 1980, started to learn programming at the age of ... a programmer – interviews many interesting programmers (some of ...

Go, a Programming Language by Google - Google Blogoscoped
Nov 11, 2009 ... Google has released a new programming language called Go. Google wants to offer a couple of benefits from their language: fast compilation, ...


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