Words of Wisdom (06.30.10)

Written on June 30th, 2010 by
  • There’s something to be said for the light rain after a large storm.
  • Some days I feel like I can tackle the world. The only problem is tackling the world takes more than a day.
  • When in doubt, follow the path before you, but when you see an opportunity for a better route, take it.
  • When looking for a particular file suffix, look from the back of the file name.
  • When tracking down cupcakes in a convoluted mess of cubicles, one feels a bit like a rat in a maze hunting cheese.
  • Mistakes are heavier when wrapped in red tape. Hence, by refining the red tape to be a finer material, we can reduce the weight of mistakes.
  • Restarting Windows is like restarting a relationship. It might fix the most recent problem, but the fundamental flaws remain.
  • You know you’ve been working too much when you attempt sign into your personal blog with your work ID.
  • Every line of code in a block should be at the same level of abstraction.
  • If an algorithm dominates a function, separate it into a helper function.

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