Random bits of Thoughtful Euphoria
But there’s still one thing that continues to nag me after all these years — how the hell did Dave track me down 3,000 miles away from home after midnight on that hot summer’s eve in Bristol, Connecticut?
“Favor object composition over class inheritance.”
– Design Patterns: Elements of Reusable Object-Oriented Software.
… work for them (Google has three million job-applications a year). As Erin Ptacek wisely once said: “The definition of insanity is doing things the way Google does and expecting them to work for you.”
Just took another look at the website. Looks great.
…expect your driving ability on the road to help you much. You’d be starting over from square zero. (We are programmers after all. We count starting at zero.)
…ns of SipHash that allow developers to find their own sweet spot between performance and security. (Because, after all, security is just a matter of degrees of difficulty of an attack. Nothing is truly secure.)
Glimmer brings in the entirety of Encyclopedia Brittanica, just to display the definition for the word “glimmer” in its help menu.