Posts tagged "quote"

Quote o' the day March 21, 2008

Unicode and Japanese e-government April 8, 2008

Finally! July 24, 2008

Haskell-cafe message of the week October 3, 2008

Haskell-cafe post of the week: finger nibbling October 15, 2008

Carving wire November 20, 2008

Edsger Dijksta February 4, 2009

Alfred North Whitehead on notation December 22, 2009

Yes, yes it is, Joe January 5, 2010

Quote o' the Week: Christopher Alexander June 24, 2010

Quote o' the Week: The Grey Side July 9, 2010

Quote o' the Week: Dragons July 28, 2010

Quote o' the Week: Iversons convention September 2, 2010

David Berlinski, The Devil's Delusion: Turing machine and abacus September 18, 2010

Quote o' the Week: Cats, mice, and Goslings September 28, 2010

Some misconceptions about the CAP Theorem September 29, 2010

Quote o' the Week: It’s [Not] Faster Because It’s C October 12, 2010

Quote o' the Day: Cloudebauchery November 23, 2010

Quote o' the Day: Open sores November 30, 2010

More Phantom Types in Java December 9, 2010

Speaking of Peano arithmetic... December 15, 2010

Quote o' the Day: Appropriate shoes for protection from electrostatic charge December 27, 2010

Quote o' the Day: Agressively stupid March 23, 2011

Frans Kaashoek wins the 2010 ACM-Infosys Foundation Award March 30, 2011

Quote o' the Day: Tony Morris and Edsger W. Dijkstra on metaphor and analogy May 15, 2011

Quote o' the Day: Software Awesomeness June 3, 2011

Quote o' the day: Interpretive dance as a user interface July 1, 2011

Quote o' the day: Dennis Ritchie October 14, 2011

Quote o' the Day: Appel fanbois October 18, 2011

Quote o' the day: Coda Hale on the value of communities November 30, 2011

Quote o' the day: flagrant reticulation December 8, 2011

Quote o' the day: Criticism December 24, 2011

Quote o' the week: Ive got my skillet right here, buddy January 11, 2012

Quote o' the week: a journal that meets in a hotel January 25, 2012

Quote o' the week: Don Stewart on the big picture February 3, 2012

Quote o' the day: Memories of the C-64 April 10, 2012

Quote o' the day: Questions which ought not to be asked May 7, 2012

Quote o' the day: OMG! Something from Steve Yegge! May 18, 2012

Quote o' the day: Which is more dangerous, AC or DC? May 24, 2012

Quote o' the day: proofs and algorithms June 12, 2012

Quote o' the day: IE vs. cookies July 27, 2012

Quote o' the day: Slightly over the top September 12, 2012

Quote o' the day: apt-wat? September 18, 2012

Quote o' the day: The award for best function name goes to... December 14, 2012

Quote o' the day: A bell you cant un-ring March 7, 2013

Quote o' the day: Do what the moody guy on the Ducati does May 16, 2013

Quote o' the day: Didnt realize those categories overlapped May 30, 2013

Quote o' the day: Virtue and value June 7, 2013

Quote o' the day: OSI layers July 26, 2013

Quote o' the day: John Day and "But Ill never use this" August 8, 2013

Quote o' the day: All you really need to know about PHP December 17, 2013

Quote o' the day: Mmmm, pudding January 23, 2014

Quote o' the day: This is a great error message February 19, 2014

Quote o' the day: excessive? March 19, 2014

Quote o' the day: pitfalls April 18, 2014

Quote o' the day: If thats in my future I may be in trouble April 21, 2014

Quote o' the day: On the use of ducks June 26, 2014

Quote o' the day: Ouchie! July 23, 2014

Type-safe C? August 8, 2014

Quote o' the day: uh.... December 1, 2014

The wisdom o' mcguire November 6, 2015

Quote o' the day: Memory Speed May 23, 2016

This is a quote from Expert C Programming, describing something that I’ve also been complaining about for roughly as long as this book has been in existence. (Remember, it was published in 1994.)

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Quote o' the Day: Age and Syntax Directed Editing July 13, 2016

Laurence Tratt, writing An Editor for Composed Programs, came up with this interesting factoid regarding syntax-directed editing, a bizarre remnant of something horrible that the ’80s have to answer for:

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Quote o' the day: Picking acronyms September 25, 2017

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