[FoRK] Who needs efficient code?
lucas.gonze at gmail.com
Fri Jul 30 17:03:36 PDT 2010
>> His argument is that you can lash something together and it
>> works for a while in a limited environment. Then it stops working.
>> It's hard to find fault with that position.
It's even evidence of having extra good chops, because part of
development is knowing how and when to cut corners.
Sometime you're building the one to throw away.
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