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05/26/2015

Programmer’s Rant

‘finally’ is more powerful than ‘return’
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04/29/2015

Programmer’s Romance (Haiku)

You’re my data type
Lovely interface it’s true
Because I log you
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12/31/2014

New Year Haiku

It’s a cold evening
Fireworks, trumpets, everywhere
Warm hearts on New Year
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12/05/2014
#!/usr/bin/ruby
puts "Here I come!"
#from the typhoon of the same name

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12/01/2014

December 1 Haiku

Month of December
Christmas spirit getting stronger
The vacation urge
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11/29/2014

Haiku

Rhythm of the rain
Woke up and go back to sleep
Saturday morning
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10/16/2014

On Emacs

Now I’m writing on emacs.:wq
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09/16/2014

dé·jà va

[noun \ˌdā-ˌzhä-ˈvə\] The feeling that you have already coded that Java code before even though that is actually happening for the first time.
Example: The newbie instantly realized that he was having a deja va once he started coding his Java project.
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09/15/2014

i-U-turn

[v. \ˈi-ˈyü-ˌtərn\] Verb A Cebuano term.
Example:    A taxi driver says: “Miss, sa atbang tika i-U-turn.”
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09/12/2014

Defix

[n. dee-fiks, dih-fiks]
noun 1. a defect or defects (i.e. bug) being fixed.
Example, instead of saying:    “Five defects where fixed yesterday.” You can now simply say:    “Five defix.”
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