In Japanese folklore, ninjas were warriors who were skilled in espionage, traveled in disguise and often employed stealth fighting techniques many centuries ago. Today, a ninja is a hot new job title, vying to become the "guru" of the new century.
Ninja is "sexier" than its predecessor, Mr. Schliker says: "Guru is so Web 1.0."
4/5/10 12:58 PM
IRS agents, Security Burocrats, and bad software people should go on the first ship. Don't worry, we'll be right behind on the second ship.
IRS agents, Security Burocrats, and bad software people should go on the first ship.Don't worry, we'll be right behind on the second ship.— Uncle Bob Martin (@unclebobmartin) April 5, 2010
"Do or do not... There is no try."-Yoda
Jamie Zawinski is what I would call a duct-tape programmer. And I say that with a great deal of respect.
“At the end of the day, ship the fucking thing! It’s great to rewrite your code and make it cleaner and by the third time it’ll actually be pretty. But that’s not the point—you’re not here to write code; you’re here to ship products.”
Although I don't always agree with Joel, this column is spot on...
The title of this blog entry is a great quote from the coding horror blog by Jeff Atwood, the "Andy Rooney" of the tech community... Enjoy!