The Duct Tape Programmer

8:14 am Programação

Hoje voltei a ler os artigos que estavam armazenados nas abas do meu firefox! Este eu não lembro quem me enviou, acho que foi pelo twitter.

Alguns trechos interessantes:

And the duct-tape programmer is not afraid to say, “multiple inheritance sucks. Stop it. Just stop.”

Here’s what Zawinski says about Netscape: “It was decisions like not using C++ and not using threads that made us ship the product on time.”

Peter asked Zawinski, “Overengineering seems to be a pet peeve of yours.”
“Yeah,” he says, “At the end of the day, ship the fucking thing! It’s great to rewrite your code and make it cleaner and by the third time it’ll actually be pretty. But that’s not the point—you’re not here to write code; you’re here to ship products.”

Zawinski didn’t do many unit tests. They “sound great in principle. Given a leisurely development pace, that’s certainly the way to go. But when you’re looking at, ‘We’ve got to go from zero to done in six weeks,’ well, I can’t do that unless I cut something out. And what I’m going to cut out is the stuff that’s not absolutely critical. And unit tests are not critical. If there’s no unit test the customer isn’t going to complain about that.”

http://www.joelonsoftware.com/items/2009/09/23.html

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