About Fatih Arslan

Software Engineer. Gopher. A Coffee Geek. I love Vim.

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  • Fatih shared from This Japanese Life by Eryk Salvaggio
    A Japanese manager explained his culture’s communication style to an American: “We are a homogeneous people and don’t have to speak as much as you do here. When we say one word, we understand ten, but here you have to say ten to understand one.”
    Note: "When we say one word, we understand ten"
  • Fatih shared from Coders at Work: Reflections on the Craft of Programming by Peter Seibel
    Seibel: You've done a lot of your work in Perl, which is a pretty high-level language. How low do you think programmers need to go-do programmers still need to know assembly and how chips work? Fitzpatrick: I don't know. I see people that are really smart-I would say they're good programmers-but say they only know Java. The way they think about solving things is always within the space they know. They don't think end-to-end as much. I think it's really important to know the whole stack even if you don't operate within the whole stack.
    Note: "..it's really important to know the whole stack even if you don't operate within the whole stack"
  • Fatih shared from Coders at Work: Reflections on the Craft of Programming by Peter Seibel
    Not knowing something doesn't mean you're dumb-it just means you don't know it yet.
    Note: Soru sormak nedense insanlarimiz arasinda bilgisizlik olarak gozukuyor |
  • Fatih shared from Coders at Work: Reflections on the Craft of Programming by Peter Seibel
    Seibel: What is the thing that you worked on that you were most proud of. Zawinski: Really just the fact that we shipped it.
    Note: Urunu zamaninda cikartmak onemli bir etken
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Fatih Arslan
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