Jeff Atwood tweets

Taller Technologies

Software: do you write it like a book, grow it like a plant, accrete it like a pearl, or construct it like a building? - Jeff Atwood

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9 years ago

Paula Rose Michelson

RT @111publishing: @PatriotsOfMars Thanks for RT Jeff: 17,000+ authors, including James Patterson and Margaret Atwood, use Goodreads ht ...

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9 years ago

Doris-Maria Heilmann

@PatriotsOfMars Thanks for RT Jeff: 17,000+ authors, including James Patterson and Margaret Atwood, use Goodreads http://t.co/fX0I37wf

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9 years ago

Gareth Williams

@raganwald @codinghorror Sorry, but I'd side with Jeff Atwood and ESR on this one. The defacto standard is English. http://t.co/aypW6Bdy

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9 years ago

Nicolas Mondollot

SQL joins are such a pain to remember. Jeff Atwood's "visual explanation of sql joins" is a great cheat-sheet http://t.co/s669MQ6a #tip

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9 years ago

Mehdi Mousavi

@AdamZilberbaum The automatic folding is fine but I do hate to code for the editor! Just avoid the regions! Consult Jeff Atwood for more.

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9 years ago

Mohammad Almenea'

"If you love writing code-- really, truly love to write code-- you'll love it enough to write as little of it as possible." Jeff Atwood

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9 years ago

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