Плохо или хорошо - это удел человека. Двоякая натура человека не позволяет ему увидеть Суть за пеленой культурного воспитания. Тем самым, Карма постигает человека через его индивидуальность, возникающую при двоякой интерпретации окружающей действительности.
Если говорить об IT то, постарайтесь отойти от ежедневнего заучивания новых практик программирования и начать изучать историю прогинга. На самом деле история разработки программного кода для техники, не менее интересна чем история развития техники. Да, найти интересный ресурс с интересным описанием достаточно сложно. Но вот я нашёл очень интересное видео и делюсь им с вами. Наслаждайтесь.
What makes a good life? Results of research, maybe the longest one in Harvard history (BTW it still continues) gives us some hints. Actually it's not a hint - it is a concrete answer. Highly recommended for viewing.
I must confess, i didn't wanted to implement TDD because i was confused (and maybe a little bit lazy) to write the code that "didn't produce anything". But Uncle Bob's philosophy, wich i liked btw, reminded me expression from Carlos Castaneda's book. Here it is :
"Things doesn't change, changes only our view on them."
From this day, i'm starting to implement TDD to my projects. Uncle Bob sad that, implementing TDD in to the already written applications it's "insane, not worth it". But i will do it, let's say - for self-improvement. I'll start with my latest project "Conversation App".
I recommend to all, watch the video below. If you doubt the usefulness of tests and existing arguments don't convince you, Uncle Bob will help you to look at it in another way, so much so that you'll have to search for a reasons to not follow TDD (in advance shall warn you, laziness - it's not a reason). And along the way you will learn many interesting stuff about architecture and features of architecture of app.
Watch the video below.
The power of the mind (usually) == body strength, the strength of the body leads to the practice of the case, which leads to the power of the mind - Recursion! A little further strength to the mind:
Formal education will help you survive. Self-education will make you a fortune
Practice makes perfect.
We are what we do constantly. Excellence, therefore, is not an act, but a habit.
Iron rusts, not finding a use, stagnant water rots, or freezing cold, and the human mind, not finding a use, wasting away.
Read it to not for, to contradicting and refuting, not in order to take on faith; and do not then to find a subject for conversation; but to think and reason.
Having reached the end of what you should know, you find yourself at the beginning of what should be felt.
By the way, I notice that this quote perfectly convergent with the "lake of knowledge within man" of Castaneda.
In us, it flourishes what we cherish. This is the eternal law of nature.
Be who we are and to become what we are capable of becoming, is the only purpose of life.
Tell me - and I will forget, show me - and maybe I'll remember, involve me - and then I comprehend.
Life in fact is darkness when there is no aspiration. Any attempts is blind when there is no knowledge. All knowledge in vain where there is no labor. Any work is fruitless when there is no love (to the point, for example.)