Here are some thoughts of mine.
I’m a big fan of the community style guides that float around Github and noticed no one had started one for Elixir yet. So, I decided to start one.
Please excuse any nonsense. I’m not writing Elixir regularly at the moment and used the Ruby style guide to work off of. I’ve left in things from the Ruby style guide that make sense and removed everything that either didn’t make sense or I didn’t have time to look at in depth enough to say it makes sense for Elixir.
Please fork and make your own contributions!
The beginning of this is a little bleak. I had a pretty dull, if typical, experience trying to learn to program at first. There is a point to this post though. If you get turned off by the first few paragraphs skip down a little because it is much more positive.Read on →
This all started when someone posting a link to some article about university students cheating to get by. They captioned it with “What do you think we can do to prevent cheating”. I thought it was the wrong question and that spawned this poorly written rant. Enjoy.Read on →
Some of the most toxic words in the work place to someone in IT: “can’t you just…” For those of us who have to “just change a couple internal pieces”, “just add a tiny feature to our mobile app”, or “just press a button” we have nightmares of people asking us why we can’t just get things done. What’s our immediate answer? “NO! It CANNOT be done!”
No we can’t just… but that’s not the whole story. Read on →