Programming is terrible—Lessons learned from a life wasted. EMF2012

0 Programming is terrible—Lessons learned from a life wasted. EMF2012http://programmingisterrible.com/ A bad programmer talks about bad programming.

Slides (PDF) — https://github.com/tef/emfcamp2012/raw/master/programming_is_terrible.pdf
Slides (keynote format) — https://github.com/tef/emfcamp2012/blob/master/programming_is_terrible.key
Draft script — https://github.com/tef/emfcamp2012/blob/master/programming_is_terrible.rst

Duration : 1:6:45


4 thoughts on “Programming is terrible—Lessons learned from a life wasted. EMF2012

  1. I don’t love …
    I don’t love stackoverflow. I don’t really like it much either. As far as I am aware, the nicest thing I’ve ever said about it, is that it isn’t ExpertsExchange.

    The cliche you’re looking for isn’t “Having your Cake and Eating it”, but “Damming with faint praise”.

    If you’re going to make things up about me, please have more imagination in future :-)

  2. @ tef: umm, Jeff …
    @ tef: umm, Jeff Atwood co-founded Stack Overflow. You can’t have your cake and eat it too, as they say. You used the term ‘cognitive dissonance’ in your talk and came up with your own doozy: “Jeff Atwood sucks but I love the tools he created that I use”. Otherwise, I enjoyed your presentation.

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