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Carlo Alberto Ferraris
Loudly gesticulating since 1985. Opinions mine. 🇮🇹🇪🇺🇯🇵
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Liz Fong-Jones (方禮真) Jun 25
A reminder to 's CEO: what's moral isn't necessarily what's legal. Internment of Japanese Americans was "legal" according to US law at the time. So was slavery. So was the Holocaust in Germany. Just promising to always "abide by the law" is not morally defensible.
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Uncle Bob Martin Jun 25
Most programmers want to write good code; but believe that their employers don’t want good code. They are wrong. Most employers want the benefits of good code; but don’t know that good code provides those benefits. We do. So, we should write good code.
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Carlo Alberto Ferraris 20h
Replying to @tuttiq
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Carlo Alberto Ferraris Jun 24
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Carlo Alberto Ferraris Jun 21
日本か?北朝鮮か?
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Carlo Alberto Ferraris Jun 21
Replying to @piratefsh
The only time something similar happened to me I started looking for a new job, found one that paid way more and that was as challenging and rewarding, wished my manager good luck and resigned. Always remember: normally your employer needs you more than you need them. 👌
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Sher Minn Jun 19
today, i cried during a 1:1 with my manager for the first time. some decisions were made that made me feel like our work did not matter. it upset me more than i thought and i sobbed like a child. i felt so weak, but also so very human.
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David Mcsween Jun 17
Whaaaa...? This is amazing! Every year Siggraph makes me think that I'm living in the future, permanently
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francesc Jun 17
No, most developers don't need to know all of the details of the platforms they build on. That's what abstractions are for. So stop building fences around the community, or I'll ask you to explain the Maxwell equations next time you say you're a "full stack" developer ?
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Carlo Alberto Ferraris Jun 16
Replying to @jckarter
Absolutely agree.
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Carlo Alberto Ferraris Jun 16
I still think we should be able to move past the current reliance on files in source code.
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Carlo Alberto Ferraris Jun 16
TIL if you have a recent-ish x86 CPU you can check if an integer is a power of 2 in a single cycle with the BLSR instruction
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Moto Ishizawa Jun 14
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Malte Ubl Jun 15
Yesterday I overheard "Easy-to-replace systems tend to get replaced with hard-to-replace systems." and now I can't stop thinking about whether this is just a restatement of the second law of thermodynamics in terms of systems design.
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Carlo Alberto Ferraris Jun 13
Replying to @evertp
> I feels like the time is right for a better paradigm that combines bookmarks, tabs and history. One of my biggest gripes with is that it forgets history way too soon.
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Fatih Arslan Jun 13
⭐️ Just published a new blog post about writing a custom linter using the new go/analysis framework. This is also an introduction for those who want to write linters in
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Carlo Alberto Ferraris Jun 13
Agree with the article, but the tweet I replied to is a non sequitur.
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Carlo Alberto Ferraris Jun 13
(but this applies only if you can't read)
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