When a master gives a test the task is the smallest part of it; merely an excuse. In the doing you say more than whether or not it is done.
The master fails a dozen times, while pupil yet sleeps. Awake the pupil sees the master work and exclaims "Success and on your first try!"
A master listens when he’s wrong: learning experiences are enriching. The pupil resists being wrong: they see the opportunities as failures.
I want a setting on phones which turns SMS and/or phone to vibrate and/or locks my phone if I'm moving over 20MPH. Someone make this happen.
Deal only in the truth. Anything else is, quite frankly, exhausting.
There are times when arguing for one thing over another is actually arguing for something over itself. Wolves may have many sets of clothes.
It's not the need to be right that makes one person hate another. It's requiring that others be wrong to validate your being right. Grow Up.
@apokzen "Thought breeds simplicity; fear: complexity." Where is the edit button
Do not fear to still your body; allow your mind to work before coding for difficult problems. Thought simplicity. Fear breeds complexity.
Thinking you need to understand all of the code to debug is like saying you need to know every street, everywhere, to drive to the store.