I think if the effort had been more serious he might have gotten a message out to Lucas and maybe even Hollywood
Apparently Damon Lindelof (Lost co-creator, Star Trek Producer) has been pimping links to the review and is quite taken with it.
My advice to anyone wanting to get into this field: In your first job or internship, don't worry about money
You have got to be kidding. Have you taken a look at the shape of the education and employment markets today? Employers are demanding college educations for jobs that didn't require degrees back when you graduated; pretty much anything more than washing dishes these days requires at least a Bachelors. And the cost of those degrees has skyrocketed; the average college student here graduates with about $20,000 in loans that come due in 6 months at near-usurious interest rates.
Those darn "millennials" on your lawn need to worry about the money, because the experience of fetching coffee for Bob the 20 veteran incompetent VB coder doesn't pay for shelter, food, and loan payments every month.
Kids these days don't have the luxuries of a dirt cheap education and not worrying about the pay when they graduate.
And while you're spending your time figuring out why something that isn't broken works, he is coding something that you aren't coding at all. Sure, coding until it passes isn't the ideal, but it's a whole lot better than not coding at all (you).
Coding two routines by coincidence is not more productive than coding one routine properly.
Look into it and you'll learn that "entrepreneurs" have been making a lot of money off of educating your children.
Those knaves! How dare they?!
I for one demand that they immediately cease making money off this, and instead dedicate themselves to the greater good of giving my child a top-quality education for free, and preferably while having to eat out of garbage cans!
That ought to teach those commie teachers unions that in America we don't go in for this socialist profit stuff.
Except that so far, I'm seeing table construction and table layouts. I guess that's technically code - as any SQL technically is - but a good case can be made to say that it's just the database structure. Which can, of course, be subjected to a hash check.
Except that the DDL isn't in a bunch of scripts that are building the schema, the schema exists in a bunch of strings that are concatenated together in stored procedures with some arguments to the procs munged in, and passed to Exec statements when the stored procedures are run.
That's not normal table building, that's an unabashedly self-modifying database.
It's hard to think of you as the end result of millions of years of evolution.