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https://codeblog.jonskeet.uk/2013/03
Mon 12 Feb 2024 (1 week ago)
March | 2013 | Jon Skeet's coding blog
it? (Part 2 – more detail) Reading on through the rest of Uncle Bob’s paper, the ideas become much more familiar. There’s
of shapes. Even Craig’s explanation feels somewhat at odds with Uncle Bob’s usage, as it talks about clients being affected. This
in very concrete terms. It doesn’t work well with how Uncle Bob uses the term "closed" though, so I still think I
be on a different page when it comes to that meaning. (Uncle Bob does also make the point that any significant program isn’
mentioned my continuing disappointment on Twitter, and the conversation got lively. Uncle Bob Martin (one of the two "canonical sources" for OCP) wrote
a class hierarchy when a virtual method is called. So in Uncle Bob’s Shape example, all there is is a point of
poorly expressed, an opportunity is wasted. I suspect that any time Uncle Bob has personally presented it in detail, the idea has sunk
https://henrikwarne.com/2014/09/04/a-response-to-why-most-unit-testing-is-waste
Mon 12 Feb 2024 (1 week ago)
A Response to “Why Most Unit Testing is Waste” | Henrik Warne's blog
Warne | May 9, 2017 at 8:57 pm | Reply Post by Uncle Bob on unit tests vs. no unit tests: http://blog.cleancoder.
on unit tests vs. no unit tests: http://blog.cleancoder.com/uncle-bob/2017/05/05/TestDefinitions.html Dmitri Sirobokov | August 1, 2017
of which was better structured code. As for exceptions, Bob Martin (Uncle Bob) argues that the benefit of exceptions over return codes is
book, that, incidentally, James Coplien wrote the foreword for. Of course, Uncle Bob is also a strong believer in TDD. James O. Coplien |
http://blog.plover.com/lang
Mon 12 Feb 2024 (1 week ago)
The Universe of Discourse: category 'lang'
cannot be, a verb "to thork" which means "to lend your uncle and", so that "John thorked Harry ten dollars" would mean "John
that "John thorked Harry ten dollars" would mean "John lent his uncle and Harry ten dollars". I had these examples knocking around in
http://boards.4chan.org/pol/thread/458356270/how-has-he-not-been-topped
Mon 12 Feb 2024 (1 week ago)
/pol/ - How has he not been topped? - Politically Incorrect - 4chan
20:18 No. 458366186 >>458364074 >>458364067 And he even won over Uncle Ted. Uncle Ted had only very limited information about him from
http://steve-yegge.blogspot.com/2006/04
Mon 12 Feb 2024 (1 week ago)
Stevey's Blog Rants: April 2006
I renounced it when I was thirteen years old, after my Uncle Frank (a devout terrorist Catholic if there ever was one) told
most excellent book, Practical Common Lisp , that played the role of Uncle Frank and killed my desired to continue with Common Lisp. Peter
http://ayende.com/blog/archive/2021/2
Mon 12 Feb 2024 (1 week ago)
Ayende @ Rahien
not when you cashed it but when you posted it. My uncle used to go to the post office at 4:50 PM
https://merorin.com/jp/56.html
Mon 12 Feb 2024 (1 week ago)
/jp/ - Merorin
who graduated from the second best uni in japan, and his uncle is a lawyer (he had been fighting back against the cult
https://thehousecarpenter.wordpress.com/2015/09/18/the-mystery-of-proto-germanic-awahaimaz-maternal-uncle
Mon 12 Feb 2024 (1 week ago)
The mystery of Proto-Germanic *awahaimaz ‘maternal uncle’ | The House Carpenter
adjective *h₂áwh₂yos (cf. OIr. aue ‘grandson, descendant’, Serbo-Croat. ȕjāk ‘maternal uncle’ [with a dimunitive suffix -ak ]), and via n-stem reflexes of
form or other (cf. Lith. avýnas ‘maternal uncle’, Lat. avunculus ‘maternal uncle’ [with a dimunitive suffix -culus ], OIr. amnair ‘maternal uncle’ [with the
languages → 4 responses to “ The mystery of Proto-Germanic *awahaimaz ‘maternal uncle’ ” David Marjanović | 5 November, 2016 at 6:48 am | Reply Instead,
Posted on 18 September, 2015 | 4 Comments From Old English ēam ‘uncle, esp. maternal’ and Old High German ōheim ‘maternal uncle’ we can
her brother to her children, a mother might speak of their uncle from “back home” and this language would become the habitual way
to a kind of home, would have ended up meaning ‘maternal uncle’. Instead, it seems that the head of *awahaimaz has to be *
http://blog.qiqitori.com
Mon 12 Feb 2024 (1 week ago)
The Qiqitori Blogs
olds”, maybe do a search. There are references to “dad or uncle” and “parents”. The “license” is “public domain”. Feel free to give
https://ericlippert.com/2019/05
Mon 12 Feb 2024 (1 week ago)
May | 2019 | Fabulous adventures in coding
the plot of Hamlet: Before the play begins, prince Hamlet’s uncle Claudius has murdered Hamlet’s father, become king, and married Hamlet’