Spotted in an old project of mine, a meditation on the fleeting nature of truth in code comments. [code languate=”make”] # A template for declaring a rule, for use in ($eval …) # # Note: The semicolon is important! define DECLARE_ASSET_DEP $1: $(call FIND_ASSET,$(patsubst $(CURDIR)/%,%,$1)) endef [/code]
I can’t take credit for this, and I don’t know where it originated. I usually don’t post meme-type content to this blog; but this was simply too good not to share.
The Ruby community has seen a renaissance of interest in classic Object-Oriented thinking lately. We’re talking about Presenters, and DCI, and Data Objects. But with these new discussions come new problems. Namely: the dreaded pattern terminology debate. He says it’s a Decorator. She says it’s an Adapter. Who is right? Well fret no more, because I have […]
EDIT: Courtesy of Charles Feduke, this post is now available in video form as well: CodeBlaster5000: Dude, you are an agile coach? We do agile! AgileZenMaster23: “Coach”?. I am an Agile ascetic. I point at the moon. CodeBlaster5000: That’s cool. We’re really into agile. We do scrum like three times a day. AgileZenMaster23: Scrum is […]