- Functions that span 1000 lines with heavily nested if and switch statements and behaves differently depending on global variables
- Massive 10k line classes that are more mystifying than God himself
- Everything is an interface because you may want to create a mock for it, and you get multiple inheritance!
- No comments. Code essentially comments itself!
- Functions should create side effects, otherwise life would be boring.
Secondly, they borrow in US dollars and that currency is being devalued on a daily basis. The Fed is making sure that inflation will wipe out Cisco's debt in real terms, and since the interest rates are very low, it won't be much of that they will have to pay back in nominal terms either.
Actually, this explanation makes so much sense. My assumption about Cisco stock has nothing to do with Cisco specifically, but just that the indexes have been hitting all time highs. I'm expecting that a significant correction will occur in the stock market in general...