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Monthly Archives: April 2011
Who is the best ? a hacker who knows how to code and has no CS degree, or a CS graduate who does not know how to code ? It depends in which field you are comparing ? In programming, … Continue reading
Computer science graduates are bad programmers, because universities teach “history of computer science” not latest trends. What’s the problem with universities ? 1- Selection: you have to select the easiest courses to get high marks, and that means avoiding programming … Continue reading
You have a skill, then you don’t need a tool. Tools are for less skillful guys. A master of martial arts trains for a lifetime, and becomes himself a deadly weapon. He may carry a sword, a knife, but he … Continue reading
An inventor’s path is chorused with groans, riddled with fist-banging and punctuated by head scratches. Stumbling upon the next great invention in an “ah-ha!” moment is a myth. It is only by learning from mistakes that progress is made. It’s … Continue reading