The Mediocre Programmer
This book is about helping you along on the journey of being a mediocre programmer. Together we'll uncover some of common misconceptions we have about programming, failure, and growth and come to understand that the act of programming and development is something we undertake each day and improve in small ways. It's these small changes that over time transform us from being mediocre programmers into better programmers.
"But so far, in spite of the presence of reporters, the BBC News channel has not mentioned the development so far."
If we go back to supporting a party led by someone like Corbyn they'll take it all away again.
I fear it will be an effective technique. People already blame Corbyn for Labour's poor election results.
Not the entryist infighting and deliberate undermining, not the relentless negative media coverage.
Our reward for complacency is negative Tory coverage.
All you gaslighting enthusiasts:
Don't you think the reason certain newspapers and journalists are now properly attacking the Tories is because the threat of a proper left wing government has gone?
And they will only continue to attack the Tories as long as we behave ourselves and stop supporting anti-war politicians.
Hmm. A confusing 'debate' on the bird site. Some people feel herd immunity is the best option but no one addressed my comment that the supposed point of lockdown is to avoid overwhelming the health service.
Will #herdimmunity protect the NHS?
35 years ago the Philadelphia police dropped a bomb on a West Philadelphia neighbourhood.
Do you want to watch Kerry-Anne Mendoza criticise Johnson Johnson on Youtube?
Sure you do.
Writer or artist or something. Probably nothing. - London
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