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cit. & loll – 109

Ebbene sì, anche a ferragosto, eccoli 😜

Carlo Nardone

How to be a 10x engineer
::: RichRogersIoT

When I become truly convinced there’s a bug in the compiler
::: RichRogersIoT

A useful habit is keeping a special todo list titled “Low-hanging Fruit” to save easy tasks for moments I feel tired or scattered or demotivated
::: devonzuegel

I soccorritori, ieri, a Bologna hanno dovuto prima di tutto sgombrare le corsie parallele dalle auto ferme per fare i video
::: Hazydavey36

Once you start using C++ lambdas
::: froydnj

Lol @ people saying security is hard
::: KurtBugbee

That’s what’s cool about working with computers
::: CodeWisdom

With good architecture, debugging is a breeze
::: RichRogersIoT

Bad programmers worry about the code
::: RichRogersIoT

No matter how much hype and ads you push on me
::: Gianlucadfiore

What we think about ends up shaping who we are. Be careful what you allow into your social media feeds. In the long run, it will become a part of you
::: fchollet

Our company is like a family
::: YossiKreinin

Falling in love with code
::: CodeWisdom

The Virtual Keypunch
💥 meravigliosa 💥
::: romanzolotarev

OK, il tutto-maiuscolo a volte serve
::: mcclure111

How do we convince people that in programming simplicity and clarity
::: jedws

King Kong Finally Makes Sense!
::: tech_faq

Cosa preferiresti per il tuo compleanno, un fratellino o il computer?
::: aedan83

Fixing bugs in production…
::: ThisIsJoshVarty

Watch this industrial robot learn to be a master swordsman
::: Rainmaker1973

Sometimes the problem is
::: CodeWisdom

Phénomène inexpliqué
::: CommitStrip

How to destroy Programmer Productivity
::: RichRogersIoT

Getting moderately good at programming
::: RichRogersIoT

tenere pronta la documentazione
::: lemire

Goal for weekend
::: JohnDCook

Every day, computers are making
::: TheTedNelson

::: tpope

The energy needed to understand a new concept
::: Gianlucadfiore

This Japanese robot sumo literally requires an infinite peak of responsiveness
::: Rainmaker1973

Forgetful development of computing
la risposta di Rainer rockz!
::: monfera

The Stone Age did not end for lack of stones
::: JohnDCook

Too many people in the field of AI are chasing the latest fashions
::: fchollet

I just got my very first software patent! 🎉
::: greenberg

Possibly the biggest damage that the Internet has done to human life has been encapsulating us in the frantic, blinding bubble of an ‘Eternal Present’
::: antoniogm

The beginning of this article was good–and made a lot of sense! Wish I had a @newscientist subscription so I could read the rest. I wonder if paywalls are causing people’s knowledge of cocktail party topics to become even shallower
::: jeanqasaur

::: HumansOfLate

GNU/Hurd With A Vengeance
::: danslimmon

Tech Resistance update
::: Pinboard

Stanotte ho sognato un bug in un mio progetto, stamattina come prima cosa ho controllato ed il bug c’era davvero
::: Genjuro75

Il bello di twitter è che se scrivi una battuta sulle caramelle gommose potresti beccarti il cazziatone di uno che ti dà dell’insensibile
::: ailgamar

Come riconoscere un bot-troll?
::: MauroV1968

Twitter is the place where people who have become famous for doing one thing well
::: TheStoicEmperor

Arguing on Twitter
::: BoringEnormous

What fresh hell is this
::: aloria

::: mariofusco

future programming languages will solve
::: PLT_cheater

Java Attacks!
::: {}

Reminder that we should be using the 🥖 Baguette emoji as the directory separator
::: willkirkby

Learning basic queuing theory is the worst because you never use it again and all it does is make you angry every time someone makes you split up into multiple lines prematurely at airport security or the grocery store
::: clegoues

Ok Google, Lumos Maxima
::: idajo94

This swarm of robots makes amazing coreographies & achieves complex global behavior
::: Rainmaker1973

Design is the fundamental soul of a man-made creation
::: RichRogersIoT

Honestly I don’t think we’re quite done with bad architecture in bad languages
::: Symbo1ics

I could win that game, but it’s not a game worth winning
::: JohnDCook

For me, one of the most interesting insights to be gained from Twitter
::: fchollet

As programs get large and complicated
::: SICPQuotes

Walmart dress code
::: HumansOfLate

Things developers care about but shouldn’t
::: jdegoes

The most exciting phrase to hear in science
::: CodeWisdom

Hints of unit testing, written in 1957, referring to the previous decade
::: geoffwozniak

cit. & loll – 108

Tutti in ferie tranne le mie telenovele, ecco 😐

A function should have one entry point and one exit point. So too should a program
::: TheMichaelBurge

that URL tho
::: johnregehr

effetto Dunning Kruger
::: quinta

Knowing is not enough
::: AlgebraFact

My finger slipped from the q key and hit v by mistake?
::: greghendershott

::: _youhadonejob1

Queue is pronounced “Q”
::: codinghorror

Inspired by my language model: “Integer representations, such as the short, int, long int, and long long, serve as the fundamental building block for many computer programs
::: Smerity

Bell Labs didn’t really have a Unix distribution policy in the early days, you got a disk with a note: Here’s your RK05, Love, Dennis
::: DoctorWkt

They don’t make bugs
::: CodeWisdom

There are three hard problems in computer science
::: fogus

::: IlGigante77

In case you were wondering, in the great Twitter-purge of July 2018, I lost 100,000 of my most loyal twitter-bots
::: neiltyson

Aiutatemi a combattere le #FakeNews
::: Santas_Official

When I was a CEO, I slept like a baby
::: RichRogersIoT

It is not the language that makes programs appear simple
::: CodeWisdom

Ho raggiunto il traguardo dei 500 follower
::: MauroV1968

Some devs, when confronted with a problem, think “I know, I’ll use floating point arithmetic.”
::: RichRogersIoT

What I want from a programming language
::: aprilmpls

i keep track of my haskell progress
::: argumatronic

There’s no problem so hard that
::: dfried00

Funny reddit comment to some post
::: RainerJoswig

Apple’s trillion dollar valuation is equal to the GDP of the state of Florida
::: nick_DAmico81

All you need is #math
::: Rainmaker1973

Stumbled on a neat Google search easter egg by chance yesterday
::: elibendersky

The map below shows the countries whose forecasted GDP for 2018 (by @IMFNews) is below the current market capitalization of Apple
::: filipebatsilv

Sacrée Martine !
::: lesjoiesducode

::: inthemoodfortw

A famous differential geometer told me that as a student, it took her about a month to understand the definition of a manifold
::: TopologyFact

I feel like programming languages are iterating faster in the 2010s than the 2000s. For example, Java and C++ are changing faster now
::: _wilfredh

Ogni tanto leggo che Twitter sarebbe una specie di grande bar 2.0, dove ognuno dice la sua
::: LucaBizzarri

Just witnessed an incredible DC moment
::: KatyMersmann

Commenting your code is like cleaning your bathroom
::: CodeWisdom

Simple doesn’t mean stupid
::: CodeWisdom

For every one of our failures
::: RichRogersIoT

[✓] wear a BSOD shirt
::: DynamicWebPaige

first step in learning #programming
::: thecrazyprogrmr

Me as a web developer: UTC is awesome! All use UTC!! Me today: FUUUUUUCK LEAP
::: lunaryorn

cit. & loll – 107

Il caldo è difficile da sopportare ma la situazione politica è molto peggio; OK ecco qualcosa trovato ontehtoobz.

You can’t begin to learn Haskell unless
ahemmm… forse non esattamente
::: oxcsh

During my talk today I was about to use the word “panacea” but realized I have no idea how it’s pronounced
da leggere tutto il thread
::: jakevdp

Rimbalzando tra operatori in un anno sono passato da 13€ 3 giga a 10€ 50 giga
::: BeppeBeppetti

Your identity is safe with us
::: PicturesFoIder

Try not to become a man of success
::: themotleyfool

5 years ago… never looked back
::: jakevdp

È vivo e lotta con noi! #xpneverdies
personalmente non ne ho più sentito parlare, a differenza del fax
::: Flavio_MfM

Effettivamente c’era un motivo per cui avevo smesso di guardare la traduzione di Twitter a prescindere dalla lingua 😂
::: andtrap

One day, I will use a debugger
::: opcampbell

The most useful programming tip I have ever gotten was to increase my font sizes in my editors
::: HarrisonKwik

su tuitter è impossibile, su fb invece farsi la bolla è più semplice (ma tuitter per raccogliere info è nettamente migliore)
::: peppeliberti

Se tu hai una mela, e io ho una mela
::: DaniBailo

In which our hero asks, “Why doesn’t it work?” and then
::: nedbat

Nuova saggezza per la nuova era
::: demartin

Nobody ever got fired for using Jira
::: peterseibel

Artificial intelligence has the same relation to intelligence
::: RichRogersIoT

Facebook now showing me ads for my own book
::: Hillelogram

Laws of Software Development
::: RichRogersIoT

Getting a head start
::: flowingdata

This is Donald Knuth’s sole tweet
::: joshbloch

the acronym ML means many things but you can usually discern from context!
::: morganastra

tag a php developer…
::: thecrazyprogrmr

Wise words from game designer and programmer John Romero
::: CodeWisdom

Leif, ever since you introduced me to Racket
::: LeifAndersen

Programming today is a race between software engineers striving to build bigger and better idiot-proof programs
::: realpython

Someone in SF just honked and yelled “learn to fucking drive”
::: alex_peys

whats the best comment you’ve found in code? me:
::: p01arst0rm

One old lady in Finland couldn’t remember her PIN
::: TeroHAT

There are two words in life that will open a lot of doors for people
::: DadsPuns

What is needlessly complicated and frustrating is not the syntax of Lisp
::: _juhan

cit. & loll – 106

Ecco che arriva la rassegna più cit.osa e lollosa del wasto Web.

Presenting my findings with infographics
::: newscientist

a function is sort of a container for bugs
::: johnregehr

One bad programmer can easily
::: RichRogersIoT

In the old world, you devoted 30% of your time to building a great service and 70% of your time to shouting about it
::: RichRogersIoT

il nuovo #macbook è un ottimo prodotto da lasciare sullo scaffale
::: Genjuro75

As a journal #editor, I see many papers that our readers never do. Papers that
::: Research_Voice , threatened by Wayland, decided to expand its market
::: barisione

Research shows that if instructions for a task are presented in an easy-to-read font, we assume the task will be easier and take less time to complete, and so we’re more willing to do it
::: qikipedia

Yesterday, I lost several hours to the following typo
::: StabbyCutyou

camera crazy
::: Abstruse Goose

All functions return void
lol, spero
::: crabmusket

Give an AI a fish, and it can identify that fish forever
::: irinimalliaraki

Talent wins games
::: RichRogersIoT

::: FakeNews_Bufale

An Arduino and six servo-motors control this badass auto-balancing plate
::: Rainmaker1973

Every great developer you know got there by solving problems
::: RichRogersIoT

At a job interview I filled my glass of water until it overflowed a little
::: DadsPuns

There are two hard problems in computing
::: liamosaur

::: njwilson

It is a miracle that curiosity
::: RichRogersIoT

I find making languages to be the same as normal programming
::: alamajesse

Samsung’s mobile business contributes 22% of operating profit
::: asymco

Work struggles as an introvert
::: jessbowbes

Current situation
::: mariofusco

believe it or not, this is the BuckleScript output of some imperative code (¯\_(ツ)_/¯) I wrote in Reason
::: bloodyowl

We all have limited resources every day. We are like batteries
::: thek3nger

Simple flowchart
::: vgcerf

The first photo of an invasion of a planet now inhabited solely by robots, 42 years ago
::: Rainmaker1973

Can you imagine how awkward it would be if your pet went on your phone and found the 1000s of pictures you have of them sleeping
::: laurajaylovette

haha obviously they trained up the NN on _Annihilation_
::: johnregehr

::: jusrin00

gonna recant a long-held standard programmer belief here
::: chris__martin

We felt that if something took more than 20 minutes, we should just roll back and start over
::: wallingf

Before the desktop PC revolution
::: JohnDCook

Not sure where this is from, but it’s too good not to share
::: yelvington

When I tell people I did a linguistics BA followed by a computer science MSc, they often say “wow, quite a change of track!”
::: type__error

The machines are learning
::: Whoospy

Consequence of Moore’s law
::: UnitFact

Hello five years from now
::: soren_larson

One year ago, it felt like self-driving cars were the definite future
::: david_perell

having a calculus priority dispute, brb
::: FreelanceAstro

in Italia questa app avrebbe un successone
::: terminologia

You have got to be fucking kidding me
::: bitcoin_bolsa

Non Sequitur
::: GoComics

Cedrata Tassoni
::: alfiobalestrini

chickens migrating to #debian
::: ethadrien

Deleted code
::: CodeWisdom

By my rough estimate, I’ve published nearly ten thousand articles
::: makoshark

Golden rule
::: worrydream

Emperor Sh and the Traveller
::: wallingf

The biggest joke on mankind
::: mainbhiengineer

What I cannot build
::: CodeWisdom

Non parlatemi di intelligenza artificiale fin quando
::: valeriodeste

With a little arithmetic, though, it makes sense!
questi sono i post che preferisco 😁
::: wallingf

Everything not invented by God
::: RichRogersIoT

In Theory: A Short Abstract
::: improbresearch

Opportunity lies in the place
::: RichRogersIoT

I guess #Debian is the standard in this town
::: gawel_

It’s too hot to debug shitty code
::: TheMichaelBurge

Unsurprising to see many comments here misgender Prof Et Al
::: DingemanseMark

There are 2 types of blockchain companies
::: Alexintosh

We all reinvent wheels
::: lizardbill

cit. & loll – 105

Fa caldo, il riscadamento locale (mio) ancora più preoccupante (per me) di quello globale ma puntuale arriva la rassegna cit.osa e lollosa.

You can mass-produce hardware
::: RichRogersIoT

In order to create a C string
::: mcclure111

The quality of code
::: RichRogersIoT

All wrong in the same way
::: RyanSAdams

React in a nutshell
::: Fallenstedt

Ti spiego Twitter
::: Osmin__

I feel guilty when I’m actually writing code because it seems like should be doing something more irritating
::: tpolecat

apt-get install python
::: x0rz

50% of programming is closing browser tabs, judiciously or otherwise
::: thezerobit

Sometimes we get so wrapped up in things it’s important to stop, take a step back
::: jacksonh

i wanted to see what music was on voyager and like…. this is kind of sad
::: SmallCatgirl

When I’m working on a problem, I never think about beauty
::: RichRogersIoT

When employers want you to have 10 years experience
::: _youhadonejob1

x86 shivved the fuck out of everybody and that red is all the blood on our hands
::: prezcannady

Computer languages differ not so much in what they make possible
::: RichRogersIoT

One of my favorite illustrations from my lightning talk today on mob programming
::: AnneLoVerso

It could sound obvious, but Harvard study finds that during heat waves, people can’t think straight
yesss! mi sta capitando anche a me in questi giorni; ma si sa luglio a Torino è così
::: Rainmaker1973

Let’s start this day with something good, a story about early programming in the debugger demonstrated by Marvin Minsky
quando il mondo dei ‘puters era giovane (ancora molto prima che ci fossi io)
::: RainerJoswig

I printed my face to unlock my OnePlus 6 for the lulz… it worked
::: rikvduijn

Pretty sure someone’s making popcorn in the office
::: markdalgleish

LinkedIn mi ha appena mandato una notifica
::: SteffRomagnoli

The fact that some geniuses were laughed at does not imply that all who are laughed at are geniuses
::: JohnDCook

The important thing
::: RichRogersIoT

I never know what people mean when they say “functional programming”
::: TheMichaelBurge

the wikipedia page for 8-bit floats just lists them all!!
::: johnregehr

The license plate reads California U➕1F914
::: KZML_News

round 2. thanks @purkkaviritys for breaking my brain
::: Viss

Developer tools seemed like a good industry to be in, “sell shovels in the gold rush” and all, but it turns out developers prefer to dig for gold with their teeth
::: andygocke

Perfection is not just the enemy of the good
::: wallingf

By “teeth” they mean tools like Vim, Emacs, gdb, the Unix command line, etc
::: elibendersky

The 5 stages of debugging, explained

A user just submitted an example visualization to Altair that I had no idea was even possible
::: jakevdp

JavaScript is
::: logosity

Missà che da domani passo alla @pepsi
::: Santas_Official

Daddy, how is software made?
::: RichRogersIoT

A simple ‘Hello, World!’ program in the Haskell programming language
::: jezenthomas

Remember boil your phone to disinfect it after going to @defcon to get rid of that pesky malware
::: purkkaviritys

If you like 18 hours of sun in summer, we are hiring! (We’ll tell you about the winter later)
lollosissimo, imho 🤩
::: FSecure

Fixing a bug in production
::: RichRogersIoT

::: Otter_News

brutally true
::: johnregehr

My fave tutor at uni had a great journalism 101 lesson
::: Klujypop

Start-ups: come diventare ricchi alla svelta
::: MauroV1968

There is absolutely no inevitability
::: JohnDCook

It’s 2018 and we should be moving past C++ to a language that fixes everybody’s productivity issues
::: promit_roy

The next version of Chrome
::: asmeurer

Every breath you take
::: marcelsalathe

The best error message
::: CodeWisdom

Variable-speed learning
::: JohnDCook

Code is better when written with collaboration in mind
::: wallingf

Prolific developers don’t always write a lot of code
::: RichRogersIoT

Software is the invisible writing
::: RichRogersIoT

As a programmer, never underestimate your ability
::: CodeWisdom

cit. & loll – 104

Anche con il caldo afoso che sembra proprio estate ecco qua

If a more-experienced dev can’t explain their code to you, they’re the one with the problem – not you
::: sarahmei

Purtroppo causa colleghi
::: zenfunkpanda

You know, when I was a kid…
::: asmeurer

Testers don’t break your code
::: RichRogersIoT

Cambridge Analytica didn’t convince decent people to become racists
::: callmeike

Non facciamoci illudere dal fatto che siamo amanti di smartphone, Smart tv e gadget simili. È solo trastullo epidermico
::: AlfonsoFuggetta

(psst: peggiorare)
::: 2x2sometimes5

Fascinating visualisation of how people interpret probabilistic terms
scorrere tutto il thread
::: tanayj

The downfall of Twitter started when
::: Gianlucadfiore

Fonti attendibili riferiscono che Muhammad ibn Musa al-Khwarizmi, già noto da tempo per i suoi scritti radicali e rivoluzionari, sia riuscito ad infettare la quasi totalità di pc e server con procedure sospette (anche ricorsive). Perché nessuno ne parla?
::: orporick

90% of all code comments
::: carterwickstrom

Internet is getting older
::: mikko

This ad’s fucking awesome really
::: BenYorkshire90

Pen & paper is still the most underrated tool
::: RichRogersIoT

Just because the computers keep getting bigger and more powerful
::: jessfraz

If size mattered
::: RichRogersIoT

Nowadays, the most common language on the web
::: mikko

It’s not that I hate math
::: TheeDianaDeath

The “Bash Fibonacci” sequence
::: TheMichaelBurge

Si risparmierebbero milioni di ore di lavoro se la gente imparasse a usare il tasto TAB
::: cesco_78

I bought my boss two copies of The Mythical Man Month
::: RichRogersIoT

come quando scrivi una funzione tua quando c’è un API a una chiamata di distanza
::: SnoozeInBrief

Le dita dei clienti che hanno toccato il monitor del mio Mac
::: marco_big_

Grande Fratello
::: woke8yearold

If it runs Emacs, it’s a computer
::: mintrod

The word “cyberspace” was coined in a sci-fi short story published #otd in 1982

I just released my first OSS project: Classic Finder. It’s a clone of the classic MacOS Finder, written on the modern Mac dev-stack to run on your modern Mac!
bravo Ben 💥😁
::: captainflotsam

Maserati also makes cars
::: asymco ::: asymco

P=NP stand for
::: GalaxyKate

Bunny says
::: Ballartaesputo

The next best thing to having good ideas
::: CodeWisdom

Machine Learning is the future
::: thecrazyprogrmr

Monad is a _simple_ abstraction. The biggest problem is abusing “simple” to mean “already familiar
::: paul_snively

One day, systems using Artificial Intelligence will be creating CAPTCHAs
::: mikkotweets2013

In API doc, do not include ‘negative’ examples in your code
::: wallingf

Un sogno di prima del Web (sì, anch’io)
::: marcoscan

The key to becoming an experienced software developer
::: RichRogersIoT

Pessimists make good programmers
::: RichRogersIoT

Fixing a bug in production
::: darylginn

I’m not entirely sure that people realize that Google
::: Gianlucadfiore

One of the best programming skills you can have is knowing
::: CodeWisdom

The only easy day
non sempre
::: alienoid

Languages shape the way we think
::: CodeWisdom

never say that again….
::: thecrazyprogrmr

#NikolaTesla! Fun fact: his statue in Silicon Valley radiates free WiFi

cit. & loll – 103

Il Web sempre sotto attacco, questa volta anch’io contro l’Europa, ecco. Intanto ecco le cose cit.ose e lollose 😉

It takes something more than intelligence
::: gileskirk

teach a man to fish
::: pants_leg ::: zumamalicious

My favorite part of the World Cup is becoming the humiliating defeat of mathematical economists of banks and media
::: saifedean

Henry Ford reportedly said “if we had asked what people wanted, they would have answered faster horses”
::: BrentToderian

Honest question for y’all
::: AnjanaVakil

how is alan turing even a computer scientist
::: pasiphae_goals

Many countries have cyber challenges, but only in Italy you can have a hacker contest in the middle of a room like this
::: raistolo

90% of coding is debugging
::: RichRogersIoT

If you put a 3D pie chart in your paper, I will reject it no matter what
::: thek3nger

Curly brackets are like ears
::: CodeWisdom

If you hold a UNIX shell to your ear
::: giox069

Someone making a statement with their security camera in SF
::: stevenplin

The best method for accelerating a computer
::: CodeWisdom

Me (naive, fool, academic): programming languages and tools could be radically better than they are today
::: slava_pestov

This software system uses the ‘Onion’ pattern
::: RichRogersIoT

Your child is being eaten by a camel
::: _youhadonejob1

::: RichRogersIoT

Fixing bugs in legacy code
::: laura_nobilis

If an intelligence is not quantifiable
::: deepquestionbot

God has a special place set aside for all of His children
::: asmeurer

Ok, maybe robots are coming for our jobs
::: lizardbill

Borwein integral is remarkable for showing how sometimes, expected, obvious patterns simply fail
::: Rainmaker1973

Me, every time I visit a modern website (despite being 20something)
::: wilbowma

One of the most popular representations of tech innovation is the genius in a dorm room/garage, coming up with a breakthrough innovation as a “Eureka!” moment
::: manisha72617183

::: mainframed767

Immaginate un mondo in cui le persone che guardano robe sul telefono in treno senza le cuffie
::: fraeulein_dok

Humans run on narrative, but the universe runs on numbers
::: posco

Computers reflect the biases and belief systems of the people programming them
::: alicegoldfuss

we love Shakespeare because he portrays universal human emotions
forse OT ma mi piace troppo
::: SketchesbyBoze

Le pantere. C’è scritto davvero
la stampa seria, mica il Web
::: lucasofri

Wingdings, #scritturebrevi dal passato! C’è anche un convertitore
::: terminologia

Oggettiva impossibilità tecnica!
::: upanizza

You either have a Glenn or you are the Glenn
::: dustinteractive

altamente OT ma non posso lasciarlo al suo destino (i tweets sono effimeri, troppo)
::: a_smeriglia

cit. & loll – 102

Sentire i saggi che saggiano cit.ando e a volte lollano è tradizione da mercoledì.

The kind of mathematics used to produce university rankings
sbagliato anche il font (proporzionale)
::: BarryOSullivan

has science behind image compression gone too far?
::: daw985

Is there a thing like Twitter that isn’t filled with endless negativity?
::: miah_

7 peccati capitali
::: flavia_marzano

I threw a Rails site up on Heroku 10 years ago
::: TheMichaelBurge

Static types don’t prevent
::: PaniczGodek

You need to transfer a file but your work laptop blocks USB sticks
::: SwiftOnSecurity

Google, forse abbiamo un problema
::: ivosilvestro

::: ugly_syntax

Tweets get dumber as the tweeter
::: TheMichaelBurge

In case you missed it, holes in the @MarsCuriosity Rover wheels
::: Rainmaker1973

#math #fun
::: Rainmaker1973

You wouldn’t
::: GiveMeInternet

Twitter è quel posto in cui il primo professore dell’Università della Vita che passa, non solo dà lezioni a @upanizza sul debito pubblico e i default sovrani, ma gli spiega anche cosa lui (Panizza) ha scritto nei suoi studi. Non si finisce mai di imparare
::: lucianocapone

Cheat sheet to decipher what engineers are saying
::: RichRogersIoT

Actual footage of a person trying to manage a group of creative people
::: dotmariusz

this is one of the most stereotyped posts ever about programmers
::: WebReflection

Drawing Mona Lisa in one single line
::: Rainmaker1973

the value of ‘pi’ of 3.14 appearing out of nowhere
::: ErrataRob

Oltre a tutto, si somma il fastidio di dover leggere “la Login” ogni volta, che fa violenza sia all’italiano che all’inglese in un colpo solo
::: fulcorno

Programmers spend the first 5 years of their career mastering complexity
::: RichRogersIoT

UI people: Never change your interfaces
::: TheMichaelBurge

Come si selezionano i giocatori islandesi
::: dcavedon

So much complexity in software
::: CodeWisdom

The hardest problem in computer science
::: RichRogersIoT

Oggi così
::: mariofusco

Remember, for some things
::: Noahpinion

The human body can survive three weeks without food
::: DadsPuns

I’m a …
::: witchof0x20

Know the girl on the right? I have something to show you, guys
::: ShortFormErnie

An empty statement consists of a stray semicolon, all by itself
::: nnethercote

There’s a new security-guarded mural in LA
::: JustinCaffier

Com’è cambiato Internet
::: LaPausaCaffe

L’universo si diverte con noi invece di mandarci l’#asteroide
::: MaiIrriverente

::: pasiphae_goals

cit. & loll – 101

La solita rassegna, cit.osa e lollosa come  non mai  al solito 😜

My open source projects are normally of inestimably better quality than the code I write when I have managers constantly asking if it’s done yet
::: bodil

tiny brain: “let’s use machine learning”
::: emilyst

Read other people’s code and ‘steal’ the good parts
::: CodeWisdom

Customer Rewards
::: xkcd

The power of symbols!
::: vardi

A large part of being a programmer
::: ScribblingOn

Soooooo many cool languages
::: lunaryorn

The new New Yorker cartoon
::: MarkDiStef

When interviewing at a company, can I ask to look at some of their code?
::: lynncyrin

The Boy Scout Rule
::: RichRogersIoT

New programmers are often uncertain if they will ever be good enough
::: mpjme

Companies rarely die from moving too fast
::: RichRogersIoT

I knew it was only a matter of time until I was introduced to the wonderful world of CSS
::: asmeurer

If books had a 280 character limit
::: PreetBharara

1/ The scooter startups are way more important than you think
::: andrewchen

buzzwords unite!
::: jeffbigham

Awww 🙂 It’s a privilege to be advisor of amazing students like you, Justin! I learn new things everyday from you and my other students! ❤
certi prof! 💥❤️😁
::: drfeifei

The Peter Principle Revisited
::: JohnDCook

The most important single aspect of software development
::: CodeWisdom

It’s rarely good to ask “how could things get any worse?” around an engineer
notevole tutto il thread
::: yonatanzunger

A real craftsman doesn’t complain about his tools
::: sgoguen

adding the full javascript library to use one function
::: kvlly

password requirements
::: lindseybieda

No one will ever complain that
::: RichRogersIoT

You young whippersnapper! When I was your age, I wrote entire applications in 48K of RAM and they responded instantly
::: burgerbecky

I forced a bot to watch over 1,000 hours of television and then asked it to write an episode of its own
::: peterseibel

Smart vs. hard is a false dichotomy
::: mmay3r

“Cosa c’è nel mio iphone”
::: Genjuro75

The company that sent me the pictured fingerprint lock has provided the security quote of the year
::: LockPickingLwyr

I bet if Socrates were alive today
::: existentialcoms

I have been writing software for damn near 20 years
::: kscottz

Most of the interesting, useful, and thoughtful work in the world
::: practicingdev

Have never met a Marxist who didn’t attend a private school
alle volte il muschio di Elona (il traduttore lo chiama così) e i suoi amici non sono come vorrei; c’è però tutto il thread
::: clairlemon

So I recently completed a physical pentest. Was going to live tweet it
::: TinkerSec

when you need a calculator when working on the command line, what program do you open?
::: pgbovine

Rolling your own encryption
::: MisterCh0c

Computer programming has always been a self-taught
::: CodeWisdom

Me trying to learn a new programming language or operating system
::: nixcraft

My advice to programmers
::: vaurorapub

Thank you for all of your feedback
::: JonyIveParody

Half of engineering is how to make the thing work well
::: dan_abramov

It is kind of amazing that Elon Musk
non so se è davvero divertente; io in questo momento, depresso, penso di sì
::: robertwiblin

Once I loved Twitter at early morning, before the Italians woke up, when mostly Americans were tweeting
::: Gianlucadfiore

“I wanted something better than “You’ll get used to the parentheses”. The standard explanation is “homoiconicity”
::: alamajesse

Lo abbiamo trovato!UNO!1! Clicca qui!!!1!!11
::: DavidPuente ::: laura_nobilis

Woman Who Doesn’t Use Facebook Completely Out Of Touch With Friends’ Prejudices
the Onion, nèh!
::: TheOnion

This software is written in C
::: hdevalence

::: lizardbill

#microsoft is using ai
::: thecrazyprogrmr

Asking what is the best programming language is like asking what is the best chess move
::: CompSciFact

Functional programming serenity prayer
::: alamajesse

The test didn’t fail. The *product* failed
::: RichRogersIoT

Can car manufacturers survive the cost of including seatbelts and airbags?
::: v0max

maybe about once a week I give some thought to the reality
::: Aelkus

on the cover of the latest TIME Magazine
::: mikkotweets2013

Wonderful cartoonist @tomgauld teaches us new terminology for the digital age
::: simongerman600

Lab Assistant Wanted
::: newscientist

Blockchains and Haskell programmers
::: runarorama

Definition: A “set” is a collection of objects
::: FactsOfMath

cit. & loll – 100

Anche se –OK, niente– ecco le cose cit.ose e lollose del Web 😊

Breve storia informatica triste
::: Genjuro75

Code is not a collection of keystrokes
::: RichRogersIoT

remember a pedestrian truth
::: counternotions

today is a good day
::: ManishEarth

thinking maybe i need a break from twitter
::: yungbiryanii

One core principle for building a welcoming programming community is a focus on “yes, and” as opposed to a “no, but” culture
::: amasad

I’ve given up on prioritizing
::: AstroKatie

In the age of YouTube you can be a nerd in anything without spending a fraction of the time that you used to have to
::: amasad

Sometimes software does exactly what it is told to do
::: manisha72617183

First LOL today
::: lilianedwards

Coming soon: my blockchain-based compiler suite
::: wallingf

Alex Camilleri – Malmo

Sometimes out of the blue the coffee shop plays Pavarotti singing Nessun Dorma
::: jakevdp

I’m very proud of my Github contributions chart!
::: xima

I realized our research group has two slogans
::: jeanqasaur

When a man only got his letters in the morning he was pretty safe from surprises for the rest of the day
::: mattthomas

Libri in realtà aumentata? Il progetto #eMooks
::: SergioGridelli

Initialization in Modern C++
::: timur_audio

The cleaner and nicer the program, the faster it’s going to run
uh! leggere il thread
::: CodeWisdom

There is no limit to the amount of machinery
::: jdegoes

Lambda Calculus is unambiguous, but can be interpreted in many ways
::: Cronokirby

Bennet, casse automatiche (con scanner portatile)
::: fulcorno

About 1,000 instructions is a reasonable upper limit
::: CompSciFact

A program is much like clay
::: dukecrawford

Oh god, that is too close for comfort
::: codepo8

I won’t hire a plumber without seeing some of the public toilets they’ve unclogged in their spare time, for fun
::: lizardbill

The maxim is to always optimize your code for reading (in the future)
::: djspiewak

Correct brace style
::: TheMichaelBurge

C++03: void foo() const volatile;
::: jfbastien

Real footage of everyone who buys a raspberry pi
::: GidgetNomates

My pregnant wife texted me a selfie in a new dress and asked “Does it make my butt look big?”
::: billingsley313

I spend most of my day working with tools that weren’t even in science fiction novels twenty-five years ago
::: JohnDCook

l’eredità più importante di Elon Musk e #SpaceX
::: a_a_f_t

Programmers’ Hardest Tasks
::: RichRogersIoT

I always enjoy event parking in the Netherlands
::: ow

Anna spesso gioca a scrivere lettere casuali sulla tastiera del server di casa
::: orporick

Arrays do start at 1. Ask any …
::: sethohio

Haskell is
::: CodeWisdom

Computer Assitance for the Modern Novelist
::: tomgauld

Il lanciafiamme di Elon Musk è in arrivo
::: outpump ::: Genjuro75

trains so busted time isn’t even numbers anymore
::: itsa_talia

Senza parole, immagini
::: RoweBraxton

If I had to write a 100% honest resume
::: lizardbill

Then along came C, which seemed to break all the rules of advances in programming languages of abstraction, abstract data types, and so on. It was almost like ASM to academics. It was cringe-worthy
::: stevesi

First do it
::: CodeWisdom

This program simplifies images into primitive shapes
::: Rainmaker1973

tfw you solve a bug
::: noopkat

Only God and I knew
::: farbodsaraf

Turing test
::: newscientist

Most of use who started coding in the 80s started with BASIC
::: hisham_hm