/r/programming Analysis

Ten Most Positive Sentences

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0.941 Credit should probably go to: > **It is easier to optimize correct code than to correct optimized code.** Premature optimization actually hinders optimization in the long run.
0.922 Or is it really just the animation at the top that lets my laptop fan chase its dreams to become a jet engine? OnTopic: Looks nice and is definitely useful.
0.922 The best tech people have nowhere to go but tech, but the best business people have a lot of other options that are way better than being a founder in Silicon Valley.
0.922 And I agree with him. Last I checked, x264 ran encoding at super slow mode does better than x265 at super slow mode.
0.917 Luckily for us, we can still learn a great deal by reading this amazing blog series: http://joeduffyblog.com/2015/11/03/blogging-about-midori/
0.908 It seems obvious in retrospect given the name, but you should highlight this more prominently I think, because that's pretty neat. 3.
0.902 Congratulations, the interface looks neat and the interaction with the compiler is very handy. What is the degree of freedom that the users have to control the render engine from the code?
0.902 you are right that if there's an almost limitless time to optimize and you have excellent programmers, the best performance is still usually only attainable in C, C++, or Java.
0.901 good object oriented design is mostly a set of principles for making sure you end up with a useful abstraction and not a horrible mess.
0.899 We did celebrate milestones, but by then it was fun, because we were all friends, and wanted to hang out together.

Ten Most Negative Sentences

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-0.937 I don't mind at all the debate, but hell it's hardly one here, you're not even trying to argue with the other comment in this thread that make constructive criticism of this guy's post ...
-0.932 Tech debt is not money debt. Money debt is fluid. Tech debt is rigid. Neglect your tech debt and you will make less money in the future, or probably go out of business.
-0.925 > Crying 'but we're not all like that!' makes you look weak and stupid. It does.
-0.922 > The people who can't easily spot that these weirdos are bad news were all going to fuck their lives up in one way or another. I'm not sure that I agree.
-0.909 However, if you use a bad algorithm that loses a bit of accuracy every iteration, you don't gain much: you die after 113 iterations instead of 53.
-0.903 They're mad because they see a bunch of stupid, sniveling little kids destroying jobs with no sense of responsibility.
-0.876 It's a step in the right direction, but I'd bet that the damage has already been done and that the poison will stick for a long time.
-0.874 You said that this would lead to attacks that force long probes. I meant in the sense that it's not a solution to the attacks in the article, it just makes the damage different.
-0.872 I think it's more likely that they're just infected with the cancer and there is an internal struggle going on that outsiders can't know about.
-0.872 They'll denounce Trump, but they don't care about women being harassed out of the industry by brogrammers.
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