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  • jazzqi shared from Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson
    From the earliest days at Apple, I realized that we thrived when we created intellectual property. If people copied or stole our software, we’d be out of business. If it weren’t protected, there’d be no incentive for us to make new software or product designs. If protection of intellectual property begins to disappear, creative companies will disappear or never get started. But there’s a simpler reason: It’s wrong to steal. It hurts other people. And it hurts your own character.
    Note: Opinion about intellectual property by Steve.
  • jazzqi shared from a Personal Document
  • jazzqi shared from Effective Java (2nd Edition) (Java Series) by Joshua Bloch
    Most of the rules in this book derive from a few fundamental principles. Clarity and simplicity are of paramount importance. The user of a module should never be surprised by its behavior. Modules should be as small as possible but no smaller. (As used in this book, the term module refers to any reusable software component, from an individual method to a complex system consisting of multiple packages.) Code should be reused rather than copied. The dependencies between modules should be kept to a minimum. Errors should be detected as soon as possible after they are made, ideally at compile time.
    Note: Some fundamental principles.
  • jazzqi shared from The Pragmatic Programmer: From Journeyman to Master by Andrew Hunt, David Thomas
    A benefit of GUIs is WYSIWYG—what you see is what you get. The disadvantage is WYSIAYG—what you see is all you get. GUI environments are normally limited to the capabilities that their designers intended.
  • jazzqi shared from a Personal Document
    科勒聘请的第一个人是陈士骏(steve chen),以前曾在payhl做程序员。但仅仅几周之后,陈决定离开公司,准备与两位hypal公司的朋友开创一家新公司,做视频方面的业务。科勒试图劝阻他离职。"你正在犯一个大错误,"科勒说,"在你剩下的人生里,你将会后悔这个决定。facebook将成为商业巨子!而视频网站已经有一大把了!"陈还是选择了离开,他创办了一家小公司,名叫you tu be。
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