Friday, June 6, 2014

Geeks Shared Vocabulary For The Day: FUGLY

From a bug ticket:

Remove non-parameterized SQL from many methods used by login and also fix "FUGLY" SQL used to load up the objectives on the summary. It was using a nasty "inlist" function

Profanity is the most common programming language :D

If you are Scott Hanselman fan, you should know better:

Being generally pleasant and helpful isn't sugarcoating, it's being pleasant and helpful.

I think the rule of the thumb here, if talking in informal, e.g., around friends, colleagues or peers, it’s ok to use profanity. On conferences, presentation, it might not increase impact

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