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One thing to watch out for in the future, Isaac Neuberger's niece is a special assistant to the director of the NSA. One of the victim's close relatives works for the DOD. Bnei.Levi.new
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for me OOP is not fancy keywords, it is ability to model abstraction in certain way. i just like KISS'ness / YAGNY'ness and flexibility of current Perl approach to OOP. Everything else should be on CPAN or, at least, compatible with current implementation: class <-> package, methods <-> subs, object <-> blessed ref 2c
Toggle Commented Sep 23, 2013 on Perl objects round up at oylenshpeegul's blog
one can write vanilla perl oop more compact way: use v5.16; use warnings; package myBaseClass { sub new { bless { splice @_,1 }, shift } sub myID { shift->{myID} //= shift } sub myName { shift->{myName} //= shift } sub doMsg { say $_[1] } } package myDerivedClass { push our @ISA, 'myBaseClass'; sub hello { say __LINE__.' Hello from '.__PACKAGE__; } } my $v = myDerivedClass->new(myID => time, myName => 'DC'); $v->hello; $v->doMsg($v->myName .' Very nice! How much RAM is Eclipse using?');
Toggle Commented Sep 22, 2013 on Perl objects round up at oylenshpeegul's blog
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Wonderful to see that some PC makers are finally making decent high end hardware and doing what they should have been doing for the past decade, copying apple's laptops. It's a shame that they also chose to copy apple's awful, awful laptop chiclet keyboards. And sad that based on Amazon's reviews, has a lot of reliability problems. I do think it's great that they show that you can build an Apple-like small laptop that maintains expandability. Rather weird that they insist on including a useless connector, mini-vga. If you're going to need a dongle anyway, why not have a useful connector--support for dual external monitors (as the current Macbook Air does) would be a killer feature for coders. Come on guys, stop quibbling over price--this is our livelihood. Don't be cheap with your tools of your profession; buy the best and the investment will more than pay off. Frankly, I'd prefer that Asus charge an extra $1000 and get this laptop to be perfect rather than have these cost-cutting flaws.
Toggle Commented Sep 24, 2012 on The Last PC Laptop at Coding Horror
Password recovery is kind of a paradoxical thing. From a technical point of view it would be easy to say "this account has password X, do not let anyone in unless he knows X", but the objective of authentication is not to verify that you know the password, it's to verify that you are who you say you are, and passwords are forgotten and stolen regularly, so they are ultimately something that's defeated by its own objective. Reminds me a bit of DRM, which wants to prevent people from copying things wile letting them access them. Maybe Google should have a "disable all password recovery options" mode for paranoid people who think they can handle that?
Toggle Commented Sep 12, 2012 on Computer Crime, Then and Now at Coding Horror
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