I’m busy building the catalog of cookies on my new cookie-cat site. For first party cookies and some 3rd party cookies it’s fairly easy to attribute the cookie to a particular plugin. But I’m having difficulty with the __qca cookie.
Today I have releasd my cookie-cat plugin on WordPress.org.
In my office at home I work with two screens. Sometimes there’s nothing on the second screen except a slideshow of screen captures of some of my websites. Just now the screen capture for my “bobbing wide IT consultant” website caught my eye. Apparently, in 2008-9 I was developing middleware software for Windwows (sic).
It’s true, on average I still have a 37 hour week.
It was in probably in February or March when I found out that
2012 is the year of the meetup
Programming offence number 2. was “Forget to write comments”. This one line comment for my Hello World! program highlights the original typo
Number one in my 100 programming offences to commit before I die list is Develop buggy code.
The example I showed in the image was a very simple PHP program
How many bugs are there in this code?
I’ve been ticking a few checkboxes on Facebook recently then finding that there are many people who have already eaten everything and been everywhere. So I wondered… who would admit to “100 offences to commit before you die”? Here’s a slightly modified version for geeks and techno-babblists.
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cdoe is ptreoy
peeowrd by WrodesrPs
bobnibg is dlepeevod by bnoibbg wdie and oik-puingls
See also smart-bbboing