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Comment: I know the guys to ask (Score 1) 211

by ddd0004 (#45138421) Attached to: How To Develop Unmaintainable Software
The guys who wrote the software at my previous job were masters of it. I don't know all their secrets, but some of their finest work included: single character named global variables that were reused indiscriminately, code in stored in a database that was then evaluated inline that did things like changing variable values and declaring functions and other fun stuff, 500+ line functions that tried to do a little of everything, and liberal use of copy and paste.

Comment: Re:Leaked evidence chemical attack was false flag. (Score 1) 227

by ddd0004 (#44757127) Attached to: US and Israel Test Missile As Syria War Tensions Rise

You aren't thinking enough like a conspiracy theorist. These are either a carefully crafted code to their Illuminati brothers or the colonels have been removed from the earth and alien doppelgangers have been put in their place.

See, it's all very obvious when you think it through.

Comment: Re:Attention Cinephiles (Score 1) 293

by ddd0004 (#44756639) Attached to: HDMI 2.0 Officially Announced

Can we please stop with this tired old joke? It's never been funny.

Nope. The jokes stop when fools quit falling for high-end cables. You have the right to throw away money on platinum cables with insulation made from unicorn horn that have been bathed in the tears of angels to break them in and I have the right to laugh at you.

Comment: Re:Don't Do The Dig ... (Score 0) 601

by ddd0004 (#44030135) Attached to: Canadian Couple Charged $5k For Finding 400-Year-Old Skeleton

they flail wildly with abso-fucking-lutely no direction. Politicians basically sit around and comment on shit of which they have no idea to appear busy.

This is not limited politicians. This statement pretty much describes all of human history up to and including this reply.

Stick with what works I always say.

+ - IBM buys Dallas based Softlayer for $2bil->

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An anonymous reader writes "IBM this morning announced a deal to acquire the Dallas based hosting company Softlayer, the largest privately held cloud computing provider in the world. Formerly known as The Planet, they have a dark past and hopefully a bright future. Interesting that ISS and Softlayer will now be under the same roof."
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