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@qubit:
qubit

Интересный топик о будущем программистов и программирования news.ycombinator.com

@qubit:
qubit

news.ycombinator.com драма на хакер ньюс в прямом эфире

@borman:
borman

Про чуваков, подписывающихся на упоминания своих сервисов.

@borman:
borman

Ask HN: What code do you frequently read?
Be it for beauty,or for reference, elegance, whatever... what is a piece of code that you find yourself returning to frequently

The shitty legacy code people that worked at whatever company i'm working for wrote before me, and usually didn't document...

@masai:
masai

«Invisible boyfriend gives you real-world and social proof that you’re in a relationship — even if you’re not — so you can get back to living life on your own terms.»
И такое есть, оказывается!

@masai:
masai

Компьютеры и компьютерные науки в КНДР → media.ccc.de

@Kim:
Kim

support.microsoft.com If you move your mouse pointer continuously while the data is being returned to Microsoft Excel, the query may not fail. Do not stop moving the mouse until all the data has been returned to Microsoft Excel.

Увидел на news.ycombinator.com

@masai:
masai

Итак, вы собрались написать диссертацию. Пройдите-ка сперва небольшой тест. → blog.prof.so

@masai:
masai

По мотивам последних новостей. Flask NSA backdoor → github.com

@kb:
kb

Иногда чтение комментариев перед чтением поста может серьезно сэкономить время.
Новость: "Why I switched from Ruby back to C++"
Первый же комментарий: "This post should be titled, "Why I fucked up by choosing Ruby to write a game." — Or "What the fuck was I thinking""
news.ycombinator.com

@kb:
kb

This is interesting. If I remember correctly, CouchDB was first written in C++ and then moved to Erlang. Now the project has come full circle (which is fine of course).

@kb:
kb

100% turnout in chechnya, 99.87% for the ruling party of one russia....
and you need statistical evidence to detect fraud!?

news.ycombinator.com

@amyodov:
amyodov

"If the law was computer software, at this point it would be a giant unmanageable screwball of spaghetti code that would crash daily and would require patches 3 times a week." (http://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=3005365)