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(#wwzdyxa) Exactly. But I fear you just don’t learn these kind of skills for real life in school. I think overall I was pretty lucky with mine, but I don’t have the feeling that school particularly prepared me all that well for reality out there. I would give my social environment much more credit. But it’s very hard to say, maybe subconsciously school had a larger effect than I think. :-?

Anyway, they definitely should teach that, I fully agree! :-)


Looking out the window I saw a buzzard sitting in a tree, so I wanted to take a photo. But then its two bodyguard ravens attac^Wsaved it from me and it took off. :-(


(#rehtvsq) Delphi at school, later Java and an own teaching assembler. Uni started out with Ada and then added Java as well. Here and there a few other languages, like Prolog (that I knew from school, though), I think C, the hardware guys brought us VHDL and some assembler that I don’t recall anymore.


When dealing with unsigned integer, I always write e.g. unit8 instead of uint8. Every. Single Time. And this is usually only noticed by the compiler. I would blame the auto-correction, but I – luckily – don’t have any.


(#3c2i2ia) Oh, I wasn’t aware of this! Thanks for bringing it to my attention.

I do like that they move away from one shared variable per loop to an own one per iteration. That makes sooo much more sense. I don’t hit that often, but it happened a few times in the past and getting this figured out is not the easiest thing in the world.

I have to read up on the yield functions. From your examples I fear iterators would have been more useful. Let’s see.


(#pizpbda) ARGH! All tests passed, but once I ran the exact same scenario in the real application, numbers didn’t line up anymore. What the heck, how in the world is this even possible!? Turns out I haven’t committed the changes to the database, that’s why I still could see them perfectly fine in my debug session, but the application’s session of course didn’t. Took me four (!) hours to figure this out. Yeah, I really have to go to bed now. Good night.


(#g7eelyq) Brings up a few interesting points. But I fear it’s a rather complicated protocol. I read through a few pages on that site, but I haven’t seen a real specification for it. I immediately thought that you can’t really change your keys without losing your identity. Basically the same as with changing feed URLs over here. Maybe slightly better, but not much.