wn lack of …cultural fit, women’s own lack of interest in pursuing tech jobs. But norms originate with choices. Surely there were more magazine photographs of Richard Nixon available in 1973 than there were of nude women, but that’s not what the USC engineers reached for. The flimsiness of the argument for keeping Lena make those look awfully shaky, too.
Go is simple and dogmatic. Go is known for being stripped of many traditional language features like classic OOP inheritance. Complexity is the worst enemy of bulletproof code. Problems tend to creep up in the seams. While the common case is easy to test, it’s the strange edge case you haven’t thought of that will eventually get you.
Go is concise yet expressive. Readable code is easier to review and audit. If the code is too verbose, its core purpose may be drowned by the noise of boilerplate. If the code is too concise, it becomes hard to follow and understand.
Dogma is also helpful in this sense. There’s often only one way to do something in Go. This may inhibit the free spirit of man, but when there’s one way to do something, it’s more difficult to get this one thing wrong.
It goes without saying that dropping a column is something that should be done with great care. Dropping a column requires an exclusive lock on the table to update the catalog but does not rewrite the table. As long as the column isn’t in current use you can safely drop the column. It’s also important to …
…e objects, you’ll need to acquire exclusive locks on all of those objects in a single transactions. Because locks on multiple tables creates the possibility of deadlock and increases exposure to long waits, we do not combine multiple DDL statements into a single transaction. PostgreSQL will still execute each separate DDL statement transactionally; each statement will be e…
… it again in small open-source libraries, primarily to make life easier for other TypeScript users. But I will not use the current version of TypeScript in my next large scale application, because the larger the project is, the more the costs of using TypeScript compound.