“Thailand worked hard and fought back COVID-19 with public health. Instead of seeing that, however, the NYTimes asked if it was something in their blood. We’re talking about magic oriental blood, in 2020.”
1995: After writing the initial version of the yet-to-be-released SSH, Tatu Ylonen emailed a request to IANA for SSH to be assigned port 22, receiving approval/assignment mere hours later.
Yes, 2020, 25 years ago that's how things got done!
My posts about technology and .NET will be sporadic. As much as I want to tell your about the cool stuff happening, I also want you to realize that “back to normal” was never an ideal place for black people to begin with.
Most developers seem intimidating when they talk about code because you lack the familiarity they have!
It’s not because they’re smarter. It’s because they’ve spent absurd numbers of hours in a codebase you haven’t.
Before I started working as a developer I didn’t realize how much time you spend just reading code. And sometimes I don’t feel like a very fast reader.
What are your tips/strategies for how to read other people’s code efficiently?