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The discipline of cross checking instruments is baked into the marrow of every instrument pilot. Instrument pilots are taught to always interpret their instruments by cross checking them against others. After all, any single instrument can silently fail.
mcas  careless  carelessness  software  intent  ill  safety  737  boeing  programming  discipline  cross  checking  pilot  if  not  why 
8 weeks ago by bekishore
I Got a Knuth Check for 0x$3.00 | Something Something Programming
Donald Knuth is a computer scientist who is so committed to the correctness of his books that he offers one US hexadecimal dollar ($2.56, 0x$1.00) for any “bug” found in his books, where a bug is anything that is “technically, historically, typographically, or politically incorrect”.
taocp  knuth  check  programming  cool  search  bug 
8 weeks ago by bekishore
Automated Refactoring of a U.S. Department of Defense Mainframe to AWS | AWS Partner Network (APN) Blog
The system we modernized is an ACAT III Major Defense Acquisition Program and mission-critical system used by more than 18,000 users at over 260 global locations. It provides daily supply chain and equipment support for DoD missions and is the accountable data system for over $30 billion in inventory.
cobol  aws  amazon  cool  programming  why  DoD 
10 weeks ago by bekishore
Great developers are raised, not hired – The Principal Developer by Eduards Sizovs
We can create environments where people with eagerness and capacity to learn can become great developers.

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You can escape this crazy hiring race by creating an environment, where experienced developers mentor less experienced developers. Hire for attitude, and teach technical skills. Great developers are raised, not hired.

Be the company that says: we are hiring mentoring.
hiring  programming  raising  mentoring  mentee  mentor  0 
april 2019 by bekishore
Learn more programming languages, even if you won't use them - Thorsten Ball
one of the best things that can happen to you when you’re trying to solve a problem is a change of perspective.
why  thinking  programming  perspective  change  solve  problem  0 
april 2019 by bekishore
You Are Not Google – Bradfield
It is foolish to answer a question that you do not understand. It is sad to work for an end that you do not desire.
think  understand  not  google  bradfield  programming  kiv  2017-06-11  2017-06-12  0 
april 2019 by bekishore
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