My daily readings 08/20/2011

  • tags: Programmer developer

      • test sticky note
    • Wouldn’t you expect a truck driver with twenty years of driving experience to perform better than a rookie with less than a year of road time under his belt? Of course you would. And shouldn’t a grizzled ten year veteran of dozens of software projects– like, say, myself– perform better than some punk kid directly out of college? Well, you might think so, but in the bizarro world of software development, that logic doesn’t apply: 


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