Mashups are so 2007!
Wimpless. Gojko Adzic:
Itâ€™s incredible how, for a profession based around telling machines how to perform dull and error-prone tasks instead of humans, so few programmers think about how to automate their own work.
Try some ClickLess Interface.
Bugwards compatible. I’m not sure who I’m quoting, can’t find their name on the blog, but the message is simple:
So when considering Scala as a language of its own, perhaps it would be best if the Scala community looked past its Java roots. Instead, it should embark on a journey of its own, developing supporting libraries that make excellent use of the unique features it offers.
Some people, when confronted with a new language, think â€œI know, I’ll run it on the JVM.â€ Now they have two problems. (Inspiration)
So much for refactoring. Some languages are just not meant to be agile:
When writing in a language that is impossible to test, it is only prudent to make the smallest change possible.
Broken metaphors. The other day I caught Ismael “my only app is a Web browser” installing software on his Mac. Sacrilege I tell you! Can’t say I blame him, though. You just won’t find many ground breaking apps on the Web. Mostly it’s copying existing apps, losing the power features, slapping some social bling, and calling it 2.0. Are we all out of creativity and new ideas?
wife: Just spam mail.
me: junk mail.