- Why Facebook shows an option to unlike the very next moment I like something.
- Why in 10 days a boy’s photo gets 10 likes and a girl’s photo gets 100 likes in 1 minute?
- Why do we need an option to like sad/bad news?
- Why Facebook keep on suggesting unknown beautiful girls with 0 mutual friends again and again? (to check whether I’ll send any friend request?? )
- Why do I have an option to like my own post, since it’s always gonna be something I like to post or share?
- If nothing happens much in Facebook other than friends’ updates, then why people are 24/7 online?
- Why some people have 2 Facebook accounts – 1 good & clean and the other 1 bad & naughty!
Archive for the ‘Humour’ Category
Tags: articles, blog, blogging, how a programmer blogs, humor, programmer, programmer's blogging, sankar.v, style, technology, thoughts, writing
From my blog’s name itself you can understand that I’m a programmer (TYPO3 – is php CMS). The following some common mannerisms in my blogging style and a few that I guess other programmers might have in their blogging (not about the posts containing code, but about writings):
- At the top he’ll tell us what all information he’s going to share just like declaring classes, functions and variables.
- There will be lots of if-else ladders. If we’re gonna do this then this will happen, otherwise this!
- Bullet lists or ordered lists like switch condition cases.
- Links referencing previous blog links or what he has said earlier – function calls.
- Chances of including others’ ideas is more – plagiarized or not plagiarized, as a programmer always have a tendency to google!
Tags: best comment in source code, comments, humor, importance of comments in source code, sankar.v, technology
Are you a good programmer?
Do you write comments in your source code?
If you don’t, then please write comments from today onwards…
Importance of comments in source code
- It’ll be easy for debuggers.
- Beginners can understand your logic.
- May help you for future modifications.
- Comments can tell a non-programmer the purpose of your code.