Discussion in 'General Programming Chat' started by Chris22, Feb 23, 2012.
It's an oldie, but still a must read for all developers.
Ok,didn't read yet, but the title made me laugh,lol.
A social commentary and a programming article.
Will save it for later.
Writing 'Unmaintainable' code is nearly impossible anymore.
Writing software for internet almost requires some form of maintenance as time goes on.
If you write software for say SERP checking, you have to maintain it to keep up with the constant changes of google.
Or with general frameworks.
It's a good share as a whole, but pointless.
Not ever piece of programming has to do with the internet and SERPS lol. This can apply to ANY programming lol
Cheer up, its meant to be a humerous post. Dont kill it lol
Look at what type of forum you're posting on, then see why I said what I said.
Try this classic one: http://www.pbm.com/~lindahl/mel.html
The story of Mel
I think maybe you haven't seen enough 3rd party code Especially with old PHP projects, it can be a nightmare.
Such a great read, thanks!
Bookmarked looks intresting!
There are two types of workers, essential and necessary.
Essential - You need them to get the job done
Necessary - You can't do the job without them
This is a doozy for all those who didn't have english as a first language.
Separate names with a comma.