Most of my american colleagues are totally baffled by the fact that I can do kernel, embedded and daemons.
I can also do native apps and some casual Python stuff whenever needed.
The mere idea of "making software" vs "making the component X" is something that confuses most Bay Area individuals...
Is it really that weird?
Somebody has uploaded the 1989 NeXT Software and Peripherals Catalog on the Internet Archive.
Such amazing stuff: take your time and browse it in all its glory!
Linus is losing it again, jeez, this guy is one piece of work...
Following Apple's surprise announcement yesterday that Jony Ive is leaving the company, fresh details have emerged about the design chief's day-to-day involvement at Apple in recent years that suggest his exit has been a long time in the making.
I love exploring new technologies and programming languages.
There's such amazing stuff out there.
But it seems that we always go back to C and C++. I wonder why.
Probably because, despite all their flaws, they're universal: no matter the platform, you'll always find C and libc, and C++ and the STL.
They're ubiquitous. And mature.
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