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Comment: Re:Superstar we are not. (Score -1, Flamebait) 215

by aristotle-dude (#48407509) Attached to: Do Good Programmers Need Agents?

Never trust anyone who calls a programmer "Superstar", "Rockstar", "Codeninja", "Gurus" or any other retarded ass term.

We're Programmers, we're Engineers, we're Coders. Anything else is insulting.

(Hackers is debatable, personally I hate being called "Hacker" because hacks are typically shitty code cobbled together to make something work. I take more pride in my work....)

Awe. Now go write those DTOs for me like a good code money while I work on the strategy classes and related factory methods and managers and put them all under the *.infrastructure namespace.

PS. Be sure to extract an interface for your database/file/stream management classes like a good little worker. It will help make the code easier to mock for unit tests.

Comment: All so called neutral posters are democrats (Score 1) 165

by aristotle-dude (#48290641) Attached to: Facebook Wants You To Vote Tuesday
The democrats are running scared and they want to do anything they can to keep republican and independents from voting for the Republicans because they know that the useful idiots who always vote for the Democrats will show up for their party no matter what the democrats have done wrong.

Comment: Re:Lucky for Democrats (Score 1) 165

by aristotle-dude (#48290623) Attached to: Facebook Wants You To Vote Tuesday

I thought both parties were out to destroy the middle class. The difference, of course, is that Republicans want to screw to poor to help the rich, while pretending they will help the poor due to trickle down economics. Conversely, the Democrats want to appear to help the poor while sabotaging their situation is less obvious ways, such as illegal immigrants and H-1B visas to drop wages, passing large taxes (with equally large loopholes) on the rich, and aid programs that will help you while you are poor but will cease if you start improving your situation.

Sorry Mr. Democrat hack. You are following the divide and conquer method. You want to convince people who might vote Republican to stay home so your party can get our your base and keep control of the senate. Your fake neutrality does not sound convincing.

Comment: Zuckerberg will never pay more taxes... (Score 1) 165

by aristotle-dude (#48288621) Attached to: Facebook Wants You To Vote Tuesday
The rich have lawyers and accountants to find loopholes to keep them from paying more no matter how many taxes are raised by liberal democrats. They know that ultimately it is the middle class that suffers under more taxes and the poor get poorer as opportunities dry up but rich people like Zuckerberg do not care.

Comment: Re:Ridiculous (Score -1, Troll) 209

by aristotle-dude (#48190323) Attached to: More Eye Candy Coming To Windows 10

The OSX animations are awful, people have been using windowing systems for decades and completely grok what happened to the window. At most you need to a tiny fraction of a second to avoid the user overlooking the change. Please do not waste precious seconds or cause people motion sickness for your whizbang effects.

Grok? Really? It might be a word now in the dictionary but so are words like GINORMOUS and d'oh. Try using words which are in standard usage by normal people.

Comment: Re:Maybe a Mini (Score -1, Troll) 355

by aristotle-dude (#48162277) Attached to: Apple Announces iPad Air 2, iPad mini 3, OS X Yosemite and More

The iMac Retina... no. Besides not wanting to spend that much now, I'd hold off on a first generation rig like that.

Rig? Are you in the wrong forum? We are not talking about trucks here. Oh, wait, you want to try to make your gaming/facekbooking/drawing computer sound tough and industrial? Is that like how slashdotter like to call their tech jobs their "trade"? Sorry but the software industry is not a "trade". We are not blue collar but rather white collar and we do not earn a "wage" but rather a salary.

The use of anthropomorphic terminology when dealing with computing systems is a symptom of professional immaturity. -- Edsger Dijkstra