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  1. A Programmer & His Mechanical Friend
    - May 20, 2020 ( )
    Harder isn't necessarily better.

  2. The Code Language Lawyers
    - February 13, 2020 ( )
    Debating code of code.

  3. Reflections - 43 Things I Learned or Did In 2019
    - December 31, 2019 ( )
    Some things I learned or did.

  4. Mood-Clustered Compositions
    - June 23, 2019 ( )
    Classification of music based on moods.

  5. Clarity of Liskov
    - January 11, 2019 ( )
    Write clearly, especially with technical answers.

  6. Castles and Air
    - December 30, 2018 ( )
    Clay made of thought-stuff.

  7. Heaps of Heapq
    - December 14, 2018 ( )
    Principally data structures, not lists.

  8. Recursion, Succinctly Put
    - December 14, 2018 ( )
    And then there were three.

  9. Java Almost Requires An IDE
    - January 4, 2018 ( )
    An IDE as an-almost compulsory requirement is not a desirable language trait.

  10. Genuinely Technical Modesty
    - January 2, 2018 ( )
    Humility in the face of proven expertise.

  11. To Know C
    - December 17, 2017 ( )
    On those who know C, and those who actually don't.

  12. When Defying Simplicity
    - December 16, 2017 ( )
    Of the obviousness of deficiencies in simple/complicated designs.

  13. Sketch, Draft, Craft
    - December 16, 2017 ( )
    Craftsmen of the arts (digital or analogue) do experiment.

  14. The Python Paradox
    - December 15, 2017 ( )
    The paradox: those who get the better job learn the things they don't need for it.

  15. The Breakings of Julia
    - December 15, 2017 ( )
    The low-level diving tinkerability of Julia.

  16. The Song of Java Braces
    - December 8, 2017 ( )
    When coders become song lyricists.

  17. Declarative, Imperative, Functional Sandwiches
    - December 3, 2017 ( )
    Programming paradigms and sandwiches.

  18. SQL: WHERE vs HAVING
    - February 2, 2017 ( )
    The difference can be a bit unintuitive.

  19. Choice - of Pandas and SQL
    - February 2, 2017 ( )
    As to when to use Pandas, regular SQL or SQLite.

  20. Debugging: Twice As Hard As Writing Code
    - January 3, 2017 ( )
    'Twice' is probably an underestimation.

  21. The Lawgiving Coder
    - July 9, 2016 ( )
    Coders as creators of universes and law.

  22. When To Not Use Data Structures/Algorithms
    - July 4, 2012 ( )
    Just because you can, doesn't mean you have to.

 
 
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