Turns Out My Code Is A Piece Of American Dog CrapFiled Under Announcements
So yesterday’s post took a little heat on and off the blog comments. I find that sort of humorous because I really try and stay agnostic to technology particulars only ever writing about the more underlying social problems of software, and the one time I do – WHAMO!
I am pretty thick skinned (or stubborn…whichever…) so instead of taking offense, I thought I would take it as a learning opportunity.
First off, my bad, the headline was probably too strong and wasn’t backed up with the Solve_The_Problem_I_Have_Today function. Second, I fully understand that software is built in numerous other countries and languages, and I was thinking more abstractly that besides the bit, some type of abstracted enumeration had to be on the top of the list of reused pocket code.
Quality of code is relative to…
Although they seem obvious now, I found myself actually being surprised when I saw the backlash of comments (both of anti-American and otherwise). Very few people actually took the time to respond what they felt was the most reusable pocket code, but they did take the time to express their opinion…interesting…
Here are the few rough post titles that I am outlining right now as a result:
Look forward to these posts in the next week or so. If you are interested in guest posting on or around this topic too, let me know, I would love to hear your voice.