A few days ago, my son’s speech therapist was interviewing me (…). Then she told me I get Childhood AOS.
Yesterday I was having lunch with some developers, and one of them (a Ruby one) began to bash some bad attributes of that technology.
As an autistic, I have a lot of side issues to deal.
There’s a well accepted idea that the best multiplatform development approach can be no other than virtual machine.
Every so-called guitar player has some nasty words about the pentatonic scales, but they’re often bullshit.
Fish is a great command-line shell targeted on programmers.
I’ve simply surrendered.
Our motor vehicle assembler is designing a new car concept. Everything works in slightly different ways than the usual.
We spend all life long trying to get more.
In I.T. we’re living an odd age, when people worship the entrepreneurship for itself.