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misc:quotes [2012/12/19 16:26]
Sean Madden
misc:quotes [2017/02/05 22:43]
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 [[quotes:​The 10 Commandmants of C Programmers]] \\ [[quotes:​The 10 Commandmants of C Programmers]] \\
 [[quotes:​Chowder'​s List]] \\ [[quotes:​Chowder'​s List]] \\
-[[quotes:​Aviation]]+[[quotes:​Aviation]] \\ 
 +[[quotes:​Fortunes]]
  
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   -- //Phil Karlton//   -- //Phil Karlton//
  
 +  "What really is the point of trying to teach anything to anybody?"​
 +  This question seemed to provoke a murmur of sympathetic approval from up and down the table.
 +  Richard continued, "What I mean is that if you really want to understand something, the best 
 +  way is to try and explain it to   ​someone else. That forces you to sort it out in your mind. 
 +  And the more slow and dim-witted your pupil, the more you have to break things down into more 
 +  and more simple ideas. And that's really the essence of programming. By the time you've sorted ​
 +  out a complicated idea into little steps that even a stupid machine can deal with, you've learned ​
 +  something about it yourself.
 +  -- //Douglas Adams, Dirk Gently'​s Holistic Detective Agency//
 ====Funny==== ====Funny====
   You can tell he’s evil because he has a goatee and he says things like, “Indeed” and then strokes his goatee. ​   You can tell he’s evil because he has a goatee and he says things like, “Indeed” and then strokes his goatee. ​
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