Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Ten Commandments for How Not to Become a Good Programmer

  1. thy should never waste time in reading about code
  2. thy should always respect your IDE and carry it all the time with you (in a USB key)
  3. thy should always find a non-existing requirement in mind and code for it
  4. thy should never write a comment
  5. thy should show your karate in all obfuscating syntax
  6. thy should show no interest in algorithm and its implications
  7. thy should always be shy away from mathematics
  8. thy should never test your code extensively; those who do are weak
  9. thy should write in abbreviation it will communicate more in less characters
  10. thy should use GOTO always
That's all I have.

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