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spaghetti code: unstructured, monolithic
lasagna code: stacks with unintentionally repeated functionality
ravioli code: small, self-contained modules
rotini code: huge dependency trees
farfalle code: nice syntax & layout but hard to use
have you heard about the pokemon mmo where all the trainers form corporations and battle one another for wealth? it's called eevee online
Why don’t we call them post-partums? The project is not dead, to be buried; it is born, to be supported.
Tell us: What are your tips for conducting a positive post mortem at the end of a project? How do you talk through the weak points without assigning blame? Responses go in the magazine.
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this comic is great https://twitter.com/Gingerhazing/status/986422626544316417?s=19
Committed to giving a talk on perceptual web perf at work in a week. My first tech talk in years.
This is a good post about designing for maintainability and empathizing with junior developers, but I'm going to need to mull over the part about dependency management.
i'd love to bring someone from masto into the fold
we're fully remote (although a good chunk of people live in Denver — i'd love to have more "not in colorado" folks around) but would like to have relatively similar time zones for ease of co-working (we're in EST and Mountain right now)
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Book of faces copied by spy vendor for facial recognition database.
But sure Zuckerman, users control their data... 🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄
Hey, if you plan to go to PyCon...
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