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Sep
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awarded  Autobiographer
Sep
19
comment “Pythonic” equivalent term for code written in modern C++ style?
@ChristianRau I also agree with this, to carry on leetspeak beyond university is some what childish. Just though I'd take a trip down memory lane. Not that I used the lexicon myself, I just found it amusing
Sep
19
comment “Pythonic” equivalent term for code written in modern C++ style?
@DougT - I completely agree. My tongue in cheek comment was a throw back to my university days, of which the first year was complete confusion about what 1337 meant.
May
4
comment What is a hack?
@Matt Ellen, I meant "rare as hens teeth". Sorry for the ambiguity. The rare situation I was eluding to is being able to deliver a project and hit the all KPI's for Time, Cost an Quality. There are compromises in all projects that affect one of these areas.
May
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awarded  Teacher
May
3
comment What is a hack?
I use to play that game with clients. I'd ask them to pick the two most important aspects of a project from Quality, Time, Cost. Almost always Time and Cost were picked, and then they'd haggle on quality. Specifically, citing the fact I was a consultant and should be able to deliver all three under time, cost and with outstanding quality. This scenario is like Hen's Teeth!
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comment “Pythonic” equivalent term for code written in modern C++ style?
Take a term from the 'hacker' community and call it 1337 (leet). Such a term also continues the C programmers reputation ;)