¿Que pasa cuando no hay series nuevas, estás aburrido, no hay nada que hacer, falta 1 hora para que se termine de bajar la película, son las 12am y estás solo?
Introducing “RandomFollowFriday.py for the lazy twitterer.”
(Si no puedes ver el código ven aquí)
Este pequeñísimo script “twitteará” un #FollowFriday con 10 followers aleatorios. Super útil ¿no?
do you know once I was learning java at university, and I decided I hate java...
then I got a job programming perl.
I think it was a punishment from GOD to make me appreciate java :p
now I hate java AND perl!
Hoy me encontré este mail en la red =), definitivamente, me gusta python…
Subject: Python versus Perl: A humorous look
Date: 10 Jul 1999 01:45:07 -0700
This has been percolating in the back of my mind for a while. It's
a scene from _The Empire Strikes Back_ reinterpreted to serve a
valuable moral lesson for aspiring programmers.
EXTERIOR: DAGOBAH -- DAY
With Yoda strapped to his back, Luke climbs up one of the
many thick vines that grow in the swamp until he reaches the
Dagobah statistics lab. Panting heavily, he continues his
exercises -- grepping, installing new packages, logging in as
root, and writing replacements for two-year-old shell scripts
YODA: Code! Yes. A programmer's strength flows from code maintainability.
But beware of Perl. Terse syntax... more than one way to do it...
default variables. The dark side of code maintainability are they.
Easily they flow, quick to join you when code you write. If once
you start down the dark path, forever will it dominate your destiny,
consume you it will.
LUKE: Is Perl better than Python?
YODA: No... no... no. Quicker, easier, more seductive.
LUKE: But how will I know why Python is better than Perl?
YODA: You will know. When your code you try to read six months from