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Even though me and JavaScript has a love/hate relationship. I’ve been wanting to try it. Hopefully all goes well and doesn’t make me want to bash my computer screen in.

It was originally built it using ASP.NET WebForms and MS SQL Server. I’m now building it with ASP.NET MVC 3(razor view engine) and MS SQL Server. Though I do really want to try Ruby on Rails.

 

thingymajigg:

When it comes to software there are three systems of beliefs.

One:

* Thou shalt know by your heart that all software sucks.

* Beware of those who say that their software does not suck, for they are either fools or liars.

* Beware of those who give you garments and do not allow to mend them, for sooner or later thou shalt find what needs mending.

* But beware also of those who give you badly rotten garments and say “Thou shalt prefer that above everything, for thou art allowed to mend it”.

* Thou shalt not treat software as a living being, for it is not one.

* Choose a license of thine liking for software thou writest and do not blame those who choose differently for software they write.

* Know when to say “It can be mended, I shalt do that” and when to say “It is rotten beyond repair”.

* Choose free over non-free when it is better or when thou art willing to fix what is broken.

* When shit happens, think how to fix it.

Two:

* All software wants to be free

* Thou shalt not use non-free software

* Thou shalt not mention non-free software

* Thou shalt make all thine software free

* Thou shalt choose free above working, even if free one is broken beyond repair * When shit happens, add new features

Three:

* Our 3133t! K3wl! Software! Does Not Suck!!!

* Always choose our software above everything else

* When shit happens, we add new features

I’m more in the first belief system

(via thingymajigg-deactivated2011112)

RIP Dennis Ritchie (Creator of C)

RIP Dennis Ritchie (Creator of C)

coryleach:

If you are currently working as a computer programmer and cannot solve this problem in less than 10 no 5 minutes at the MOST in whatever language you know best or even in pseudo code you should quit your job because you’re almost certainly doing more harm than good. It doesn’t have to be the most efficient mind you, just A solution.

Write a program that prints the numbers from 1 to 100. But for multiples of three print “Fizz” instead of the number and for the multiples of five print “Buzz”. For numbers which are multiples of both three and five print “FizzBuzz”. 

According to an old blogpost on Coding Horror there are a large number of programmers who cannot solve even this simple problem. It’s so appalling I decided it’s worth resurrecting.

Original source:  Why Can’t Programmers.. Program?

They’re all in their 30’s while I’m 21. I’m pretty sure this is how they view me.

Programming is like sex: one mistake and you’re providing support for a lifetime.
Michael Sinz (via chrisboulton)

I didn’t even notice, I was too busy working with other programmers at my job…

I don’t think anyone noticed…

kuyajot:

Oh yes. If you’re a programmer or at least have some knowledge about programming, you’ll get this. Oh, my life.

technotalk:

How developers, designers, project managers, QAs and sysadmins see each other

syntheticdreams:

Got this from another source but it’s still wonderful: Cthulhumor for the day (especially for you programmers). “Call of Cthulhu” in C# 2.0:

if (stars == “right”)
{
R’lyeh_Gates.Open();
Response.Write(“/|\(;,;)/|”);
Apocalypse.Begin();
Human_Existence.End();
}

Win

(via syntheticdreams-deactivated2012)

eddieatthegov:

The main stumbling block? Forming a coherent mental model of what the computer might be doing. Even if your initial model is off, it seems you go on to do well at programming. People without a model in mind programmed very poorly, and got even worse as the subject matter grew more complex.