Surprising Words In Luke 1:16-17 https://robert.ocallahan.org/2020/08/surprising-words-in-luke-116-17.html
Found this free college textbook and now I’m very interested in Oregon State University
If you’re going to solve a problem, you need to confront how big it is
You don’t have to tell me this is myopic bordering on solipsistic; I know. I live the kind of privileged life where I can afford to be angry about something like this.
I try not to be one of those folks who can’t open his mouth but to say bad things about systemd, but honestly I’d probably still be using #ArchLinux if they weren’t constantly making backward-incompatible changes
Software engineers are often told they're not a real engineering discipline, and in some ways I agree, but let's be fair. Software engineers are also subjected to market pressures that don't exist in other engineering disciplines. No one tells a civil engineer to build more bridges faster, even while half of them are failing.
"Modularity is the most direct path to innovation. We should do our absolute best to build programs that do one thing well, can be tried early, and work well together. Anything else guarantees stagnation, lock-in, frustration, and eventual obscurity."
Software engineers are constantly subjected to the same conundrum Blaise Pascal faced when he wrote, “I would have written a shorter letter, but I didn’t have the time.”
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