self.other = None
def ref(self, other):
self.other = other
wow... you are almost right about everything happens here. Except that things are not always absolutely the same. Trade offs are done from time to time, negotiation are hopefully made in a controllable way, whenever we yield to the market or whatever exciting feature we want to push fast, we know we are sacrificing the quality in the long run, if we cannot reject the requirement, we mark down the place we yield and hope in the future we can catch up and do the right thing, unfortunately these tasks always get a low priority somehow..
It sounds encouraging. I was curious how common rust was used in China and I found your article. We are trying to adopt rust in product as well since all the advantages you mentioned, yet the process is pretty slow as you can expect to see in any large enough company. Anyway, good job!
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You must be sarcastic right? Can be serious. coz the whole page sounds exactly from a programmer who sees just half of the world.
Quite a few people I've met who work in California are pretty smart, with above average knowledge in math, logic, physics. And guess what, they are programmers. Some of them are artists, poets.
之前在洛杉矶的一个图书馆1?#30701;?#20102;Writing Compilers and Interpreters，没想到居然也是本好书：）