[sf-lug] installfest Sat. @ Rick Moen's in Menlo Park/ Xandros response
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Mon Jul 10 20:40:33 PDT 2006
Unskilled people can write bad code using any language. Skilled people can make the most of a weak language. As the old saying goes, "tools don't equal talent".
jim stockford <jim at well.com> wrote:
Yes, indeed I'm into that. I think I know where
that place is, near New Montgomery, yes?
Thanks lots for the tip.
Best I can tell, OOP (e.g. C++) adds a whole
new dimension to the term "spaghetti code".
On Jul 10, 2006, at 1:23 PM, Willy Lee wrote:
> jim stockford writes:
>> oh, I forgot to ask: where in SF can you buy the
>> Linux Format magazine? You told me on the phone,
>> but I forgot before I could get to a pen.
>> This issue has a DVD with both the latest PClinuxOS
>> and the latest CentOS on it, right?
> I believe I've seen Linux Format at the chocolate & magazine store
> ("Fog City News"? Can't remember the name off-hand) on Market
> downtown. They have a lot of magazines, including a bunch of
> Linux-related ones.
> They also have a lot of good chocolate :) and nostalgia sodas, if
> you're into that.
> "C makes it easy to shoot yourself in the foot. C++ makes it harder,
> but when you do, it blows away your whole leg." -Bjarne Stroustrup
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