Search:

Type: Posts; User: sapo; Keyword(s):

Page 1 of 10 1 2 3 4

Search: Search took 0.04 seconds.

  1. Replies
    4
    Views
    293

    Re: question on unit testing

    About having a test framework you actually don't really need it. Take a look at the Go language, they have a simple testing framework built in the language itself. Take a look at these Go tests for...
  2. Re: "Ubuntu eats your laptop's hard-drive" inquirer article

    "He thinks"?!?!? wth?
  3. Replies
    5
    Views
    360

    Re: Best way to write modular software

    I think I didn't expressed myself clearly, I don't want to plug module at runtime, I just want to make just one module and then reuse it in all my softwares.

    We do it with some forms and use...
  4. Replies
    5
    Views
    360

    Best way to write modular software

    Hi,

    We have a serious problem here which we are trying to solve because it's adding way too much complexity to our softwares.

    We are a small company with 4 programmers and 4 distinct softwares...
  5. Re: write unmaintainable code, ensure headaches for life

    And talking about this php project I've done, I have a lot of comments, but they are like this:

    i++; // increments i

    I laugh my *** off each time I read the comments that I added to the code :D
  6. Re: write unmaintainable code, ensure headaches for life

    Ok, anything was exagerated, but we have some comment's like:

    //Hacked to solve bug XYZ

    Other day I read the following code:

    Try
    ....
    ...
    ..
  7. Re: write unmaintainable code, ensure headaches for life

    That's the idea, it doesn't matter what standards you use, the sole fact that you do have a standard it's enough.

    Imagine if you have a team of 5 developers who have they own standard, when you...
  8. Re: write unmaintainable code, ensure headaches for life

    I don't agree, actually we don't comment anything at all in my current work and everyone understands.

    The secret is to write good and readable code, the point is, you spend more time reading code...
  9. write unmaintainable code, ensure headaches for life

    I just posted something on my blog, that I think it's interesting for programmers, I will paste it here so you don't have to visit my blog to read it, but if you want my blog is:...
  10. Thread: Podcasts Anyone?

    by sapo
    Replies
    20
    Views
    896

    Re: Podcasts Anyone?

    http://www.hanselminutes.com/
  11. Replies
    38
    Views
    1,663

    Re: Post Your Website!

    My blog is in my signature, I just started writing on it again, hope you can find something usefull there, because that is the intent.
  12. Replies
    7
    Views
    300

    Re: PHP Image Upload Issue

    I don't know about the file problem, but your logic here is wrong:


    if ($moved != FALSE) {
    // shows error
    } else {
    // continues
    }

    Using that you will be displaying errors when the...
  13. Replies
    22
    Views
    983

    Re: Which OS visits your site?

    1. Linux 312 50,32%
    2. Windows 293 47,26%
    3. Macintosh 15 2,42%

    wesite in the signature, please sign the rss feed and help the linux users visits overcome windows :)
  14. Replies
    2,046
    Views
    115,173

    Re: ** Official Otaku Thread **

    Anyway, we just have to keep it alive :)
  15. Replies
    2,046
    Views
    115,173

    Re: ** Official Otaku Thread **

    Holy crap, i can't believe this thread is still alive!

    I remember when we opened it and I spent a LOT of time making my list (second post), and believe me, 2 years later that list is SO outdated,...
  16. Does anyone here knows how to write software specs?

    Hi,

    I know that it may sound weird and even bureaucratic but we are trying to start writing specifications for our softwares, but we have several doubts about how to start.

    My boss says that...
  17. Re: Quick Simple Explanation of just your ubuntuforums user name (no avatar or sig ta

    http://patriciaepedro.com/pedro/blog/wp-content/uploads/2006/03/sapo.png
  18. Replies
    224
    Views
    9,077

    Re: What is your browser homepage?

    about:mozilla
  19. Replies
    3
    Views
    992

    Re: Learn programming languages easily

    Very nice, I started reading the C Tutorial and its very well explained.

    Also i noticed that there isn't any Python tutorials, so take a look at the link in my signature if you are interested in...
  20. Re: Making a blog teaching how to program, need some advice

    That's the idea, i don't wanna rush everything, i m trying to introduce one thing per lesson, like in my previous lessons, one lesson was about variables, another about operators, the in the future...
  21. Re: Making a blog teaching how to program, need some advice

    Thanx guys, i think I'll take off all the C# stuff and post explaining way, and maybe in a near future i can start some paralel C# lessons ;)

    Also there is a new lesson available there, but just...
  22. Re: Making a blog teaching how to program, need some advice

    Thats the idea ;)

    So you guys think i should teach just python?
  23. Re: Making a blog teaching how to program, need some advice

    The link on my signature :p

    I think python is the best languages for beginners too, but my idea was to show people that programming isn't about the programming language and that you can't live...
  24. Re: Making a blog teaching how to program, need some advice

    That was one of the best ideas so far, and there is no main language, i m always doing python first because it's easier, but i want to have the same contents covered in both languages.
  25. Re: Making a blog teaching how to program, need some advice

    I think that the problem with pseudo code is that you don't see any results, i think its easier to understand how programming works if you see the results.
Results 1 to 25 of 250
Page 1 of 10 1 2 3 4