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Comment: Re:Life on Mars? (Score 3, Insightful) 261

by Jeremi (#47420771) Attached to: Dubai's Climate-Controlled Dome City Is a Dystopia Waiting To Happen

No one will EVER live in a permanent space colony. Sorry.

While I share your pessimistic outlook for the foreseeable future, forever is a really long time. Are you willing to say that absolutely nobody will be living in a permanent space colony in 100 years? 500 years? 10,000 years? If so, what makes you so certain?

Comment: Re:ridiculous (Score 2) 556

by Jeremi (#47415929) Attached to: Normal Humans Effectively Excluded From Developing Software

Experience and training is not very important as long as you know how to write good code that's efficient and makes sense to others.

And how did you learn to write good code that's efficient and make sense to others? Maybe you're the rare case of a person that can just intuit what is good code and what isn't, but I think most developers (including myself) learn how to write good code by first writing lots of bad code, and then suffering the consequences until they learn from experience what works and what doesn't.

Comment: Grass is always greener (Score 4, Interesting) 49

by djupedal (#47408037) Attached to: Indie Game Developers Talk About Why They Struck Out On Their Own
While attending Apple's WWDC a couple years back and looking around during the lunch break, I noticed indie devs looking at the corp devs with envy, lamenting how great it must be working for a big company with all those perks, resources, tight social connections, regular paychecks, etc.

Listening to the corp devs, they were all eyeing the indies, jealous of the perceived freedoms to set their own project priorities and schedules while eft alone to focus on whatever they liked at a given point in time.

Luck, that's when preparation and opportunity meet. -- P.E. Trudeau

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