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Useful Redundancy – Clearly Passing Functions Clearly, In Python

September 26, 2015


It has been a while since I last posted on my blog. Too busy with my girls. Regular school, plus Japanese school on Saturdays and ballet. Oh my, no much time for anything else. Then I realized I’ve been having this post on my drafts for over six months. Maybe now is the time to […]

XP, Please Don’t Leave Me!!!!

August 25, 2013


When its EOL arrives, XP will mark the end of a glorious era.

Bash Hack Var Dump Galore

August 22, 2013


A quick-n-dirty way to dump your shell scripts vars on demand.

Python for Shell Scripting

December 4, 2012


Python can really shine in the realm of shell scripting.

Design by Contract, by Example

November 19, 2012


Richard Mitchell and Jim McKim book on DbC is a true life-changing software development book (for those who care about software quality, that is)

Metrics Done Wrong

June 28, 2012


There is nothing wrong with metrics and/or gauging individual performance... if it is done for the right reasons.

The Hack/Obscenity Lemma

June 28, 2012


As it turns out, the utter crappiness of a hack is a quasi-mathematical function of its progenitor.