The term ‘Code Reuse’ feels like a software developer’s cliche that had since fallen into the list with other unfashionable tech lexicons.
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I solely use Google Docs, erm Drive, for working with documents these days.
I suppose I can consider myself an ‘old-school’ developer now; even though I have been reading the AMD64 ABI documentation, I still haven’t fully absorbed it into my head yet, which is evidenced by the recent two situations I had today where RTFM-ing would have had saved me hours of GDB debugging pain.
While going through some code emitted by a Just-In-Time compiler (JIT), I’ve encountered a curious piece of code which suggested that if access to the process' utilisable stack space isn’t done incrementally, it will cause an “access violation”.
Ever since I’ve read the book “Best Kept Secrets of Peer Code Review” a couple of years ago, I was cottoned onto the idea that code reviews are good things to have.
Calorie counting is a futile exercise. Can you imagine yourself to be meticulously noting down every single thing you put into your mouth throughout the day?
I have not been writing for a while, you may have noted.
As software developers, we would all wish to have 3rd party libraries that works magically immediately after installation.
My impression through reading other software developers' blogs is that, when presented a choice of distributed revision control, there seem to be a majority preference for Git over Mercurial.
Who is he? Just some guy who brought us BSD, NFS, the UltraSPARC and parts of Java.
Software is meant to be usable to all people, and not just for people who knows their operating environment intimately.
First of all, a big Happy New Year to all my readers!
For the benefit of those who didn’t know, Starcraft is an old RTS game, the 2nd one I’ve been playing since 1997, and the only one that I’m still playing on and off after 10 years.
I had to resort to this trick as I have inherited an old Mac machine from a friend of mine, who in turn had inherited it from her children.
While Opera had been a fast browser, somehow it has been growing increasingly slow on my machine.
The first time I heard of the C language was through my brother’s schoolwork he had been given for one of his programming classes.
It is interesting that while in the IT industry today, programming is generally a male-dominated profession, but did you know that the first programmer in the world happens to be a woman?
A language is a tool. When skilfully used, it allows you to craft great works.
Reading through the topics on Y Combinator, there seems to be renewed interest from people in learning Lisp, which is a language I’ve never heard of until recently.
People like to think that startups are those ‘cool’ little things that I do, just because it is the hottest in to be in these days, with all the fad about Web 2.
It isn’t too uncommon to find these images of captchas on websites we visit anymore these days, where it is frequently used to identify humans from computer bot spammers.