When I surf on the Internet, I found some interesting, useful, impression, inspired blogs/sites occassionally, sometimes I want to find it out and read it again, but I had nothing clues to find them, that’s really made me feel frustrate.
Next time when I find something like this, I’ll jot it down here.
I heard a principle of programming from my colleague,
Always leave the code better than you found it.
I found this site when I was search the explaination, and found more interesting letters on the site, like this one: The Surprising Number Of Programmers Who Can’t Program. I’m curies what’s the FizzBuzz about, so I searched it and found an other interesting post, Fizz Buzz in Tensorflow.
Although it’s a fiction story, I believe so, but the idea behind it is enlightening, and the author even wrote a book about it.
I found it by one of the author’s project named CFEditor: Make Routers Great Again, it’s a ASUS router CFE modify tool. In the site, there is a terminal window on every top of the post, and the command-line described the gist of each post, it’s very interesting! There is a post explained why you should keep away from CentOS, the author’s point of view is unique.
Don't be evil
Code wins arguments
Move fast and breaking things
Done is better than perfect