In “The money pit”, whenever Tom Hanks asks when things will be done, he gets the same answer: “Two weeks!” I always think of that movie when I’m talking about deadlines in software development.
The pasta theory of code
I don’t know why, but most new programmers I’ve been talking to never heard of spaghetti code. Wikipedia has a nice definition for it: Spaghetti code is a pejorative term for source code that has a complex and tangled control structure, especially one using many GOTOs, exceptions, threads, or other “unstructured” branching constructs. It is named such because program flow...
Never attribute to malice that which is adequately explained by stupidity.– Hanlon’s Razor (via jc-subida)
Inspiration: Fluid & Responsive Design →
Liquid layouts and Flickr →
Mustache: simple, efficiente templates →
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