@liamvhogan "I told various companies that I did not have council approval and I was told that many people build their sheds without council approval and that it really only mattered if someone complained." staggering
@Nikolai_Kingsley fair cop!
It’s surprisingly common to encounter programmers who don’t really do very good work. Whether this is an issue of attitude or talent isn’t always so obvious. The end result in either case is ugly code that does the job. Working software is ultimately the only thing the customer cares about. When software fails, they want it fixed. They don’t question why it fails. They expect it to fail. That’s what computers do, because sloppy software is the norm, not an anomaly.
@koosli are you going to try the other two kinds? i remember reading a news article about this a while ago. pretty interesting how it came to be
@mike they even know all of chris walken's moves in weapon of choice
@fribbledom if only it had an 18 episode long season...
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