“You expect your developers to communicate well; you should expect your code to communicate well. You expect your developers to continue working when things go slightly wrong; you should expect your code t'o continue working when things go slightly wrong. The core message is language neutral. The real-world lessons that contributed to the creation of this presentation come from GSN where we use both Perl and PHP on a daily basis. The presentation itself (see below) has some PHP code snippets in it, but swapping those out for Perl is easy and won't change the subject matter. Feel free to flip through (using left and right arrow keys). If you think this is something the group can benefit from, let me know and I will start rewriting the code blocks.”
MIT E51-372 7-10PM
Talk begins at 7:30. Refreshments in the hallway prior.
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