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marsdepinski
Chief Software Engineer; i'm very interesting; follow me.
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marsdepinski 7h
Replying to @martinfowler
Or carry Bear spray
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marsdepinski 7h
To protect (each other) and serve (ass kickings).
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marsdepinski 7h
Replying to @mjfree @dhh
X cities finest... Morons
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marsdepinski 7h
Replying to @walnutcreekpd
My toilet is leaking and I burnt my toast. Catch some criminals maybe?
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marsdepinski 7h
Replying to @dhh
I mean most of these guys are just a shy north of retarded with like 6 month of something called the academy.
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marsdepinski 7h
Replying to @erikaheidewald
To protect (police) and serve (beatings).
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marsdepinski 7h
Replying to @ChiefScientist
Human nature.
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marsdepinski Jun 4
Same goes for sickle and hammer...
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marsdepinski Jun 4
Replying to @odrotbohm
You mean pfft?
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marsdepinski Jun 4
Both are convenient but imo constructor injection more explicit and easier to test, reuse and understand.
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marsdepinski Jun 4
Replying to @ChiefScientist
Nod.
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marsdepinski Jun 1
Replying to @BlazejWajszczuk
U mnie też.
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marsdepinski May 31
Replying to @auth0
Basic on the commodore 3+1
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marsdepinski Apr 11
Replying to @simas_ch
Agree. The O/R mapping is not the problem though, the SQL generation is. You can get good ORM without generating SQL. Why build or use a poor version of a language X to SQL compiler when you will never switch the DB. Just learn the huge power of SQL.
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marsdepinski Apr 1
Replying to @jbaruch
Word.
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marsdepinski Apr 1
Replying to @thekonginc
Learn how to set fire to money and nuke productivity and reliability with a bottomless money pit not even the creators understand.
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marsdepinski Apr 1
Replying to @solomonstre
Based on observation, SF is the bathroom.
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marsdepinski Mar 13
Replying to @Grady_Booch
I know who you are. I've read some of your books and was a user of UML and Rational Rose at one time. Your contribution to the field doesn't automatically qualify 100% of what you say as pure gold.
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marsdepinski Mar 12
Replying to @Grady_Booch
I don't know you, so I can't make that assumption.. I'm saying focus on the idea and evolve the tooling along the way but start simple. If that sounds foreign, I'm not sure what to say.
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marsdepinski Mar 12
Replying to @Grady_Booch
I've had the same experience with the setup and the tooling. I just said enough and went back to simple tools.
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