Tao of Programming

Quotes from The Tao of Programming, a book from 1986

Thus spake the master programmer:Edit

  • When you have learned to snatch the error code from the trap frame, it will be time for you to leave.
  • Without the wind, the grass does not move. Without software, hardware is useless.
  • A well-written program is its own heaven; a poorly-written program is its own hell.
  • You can demonstrate a program for an executive, but you can't make him computer literate.

  • Computer literate executive still demonstrates the effectiveness of similarities between the working dialogue.

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