Is there any logic behind when some feature for a #Phython list is a function or a method?
And again the discussion about "what is a unit" in #UnitTesting.
While trying to find out what makes #Python special, I was pointed to its map and list comprehensions. Immediately I was tempted to write another blog article, comparing it to #Kotlin again, but somebody already wrote a great article about it:
I gave it a try:
I am sorry to say, but every time I get in contact with #Python, it can't but think "How ugly is that!" Any suggestion for an article or video to change my mind?
Is it just my observation that sometimes domain experts are so blinded by exiting (bad) Software systems that they have hard times knowing what their actual domain is? #DDD
Physical (de)centralization of Mastodon servers – after our XMPP scan, we took 1000+ random Mastodon servers and looked at their hosters:
– about 50% of these servers are hosted by only 5 companies in 4 countries
– 26% of servers are hosted in Japan, followed by the USA (24%) and France (23%)
An Object Spread Operator for #Kotlin:
RT @OxfordDiplomat@twitter.com Read this. Do not look away. These are the words of Joseph Goebbels. You make the connection as you see fit. But read it. Save it. Share it. Read it again. I have never known of this quote & have shivers as I read each word. Thank @email@example.com for exposing this imperative read.
I don't remember which time of the year it was, but it's now ~40 years ago, I was 14, that my father had a #PET2001 at home for his diploma thesis. Of course, I started programming too. And that's probably what inspired me to become a software developer.
RT @firstname.lastname@example.org I'm going to start asking men "So what inspired you to become a programmer?"
#Vue's darkest day? No, don't be scared! To me this RFC for a new syntax for @email@example.com looks great. https://twitter.com/_shirish/status/1142292535781363713
Freiberuflicher Software Entwickler, politisch nicht links und dennoch Mensch. Provoziere gerne ;-)
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