Dadhacker

If war stories of things like shaking wire-wrapped boards to make the assembler code work right; combined with a degree of pragmatism towards programming that you only get after discovering for the umpteenth time that the problem wasn’t your code but a bad EPROM burn (or after discovering that your colleague with the wonderful new ideas on Agile programming has actually never seen a command line in his life) sounds like a stonking good read to you, you need to read DadHacker. Set aside a few hours. Add it to your google reader or whatever feedreader you’re using or just into your daily links. Yes, it is that good.
via Ewan’s blog.

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