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Coding quotes by Kelly Moran
#1. The algorithms in his hard drive scrambled and his coding short-circuited. Like she'd downloaded a virus right into his system, he got feverishly hot. #Quote by Kelly Moran
Coding quotes by Lindy West
#2. Never mind the fact that coding sensitivity as a weakness is bizarre (what do you think this is-the Ministry of Magic under Voldemort's shadow government?), it's also simply out of step with reality. You can't do this job if you have an emotional hair trigger. Undersensitivity is practically a prerequisite. #Quote by Lindy West
Coding quotes by Susan Mann
#3. Technology is a cross-curriculum perspective running through the new Australia curriculum, and there are a number of technology subject areas as well which include coding which has not previously been part of the Australian Curriculum. #Quote by Susan Mann
Coding quotes by Roger Penrose
#4. In order for A to apply to computations generally, we shall need a way of coding all the different computations C(n) so that A can use this coding for its action. All the possible different computations C can in fact be listed, say as

C0, C1, C2, C3, C4, C5,...,

and we can refer to Cq as the qth computation. When such a computation is applied to a particular number n, we shall write

C0(n), C1(n), C2(n), C3(n), C4(n), C5(n),....

We can take this ordering as being given, say, as some kind of numerical ordering of computer programs. (To be explicit, we could, if desired, take this ordering as being provided by the Turing-machine numbering given in ENM, so that then the computation Cq(n) is the action of the qth Turing machine Tq acting on n.) One technical thing that is important here is that this listing is computable, i.e. there is a single computation Cx that gives us Cq when it is presented with q, or, more precisely, the computation Cx acts on the pair of numbers q, n (i.e. q followed by n) to give Cq(n).

The procedure A can now be thought of as a particular computation that, when presented with the pair of numbers q,n, tries to ascertain that the computation Cq(n) will never ultimately halt. Thus, when the computation A terminates, we shall have a demonstration that Cq(n) does not halt. Although, as stated earlier, we are shortly going to try to imagine that A might be a formalization of all the procedures that are ava #Quote by Roger Penrose
Coding quotes by Linda    Armstrong
#5. All it takes for evil to be defeated is for good to find another way out of the confrontation. #Quote by Linda Armstrong
Coding quotes by Linus Torvalds
#6. I have one very basic rule when it comes to "good ideas". A good idea is not an idea that solves a problem cleanly. A good idea is an idea that solves several things at the same time. The mark of good coding is not that the program does what you want, it's that it also does something that you didn't start out wanting. #Quote by Linus Torvalds
Coding quotes by Kerry Bishe
#7. I went to a Cal Tech party after the 'Facebook' movie came out, and there were kids in dark rooms coding because it was cool again. That movie made it cool to sit in a room at a party and write code. #Quote by Kerry Bishe
Coding quotes by Robert C. Martin
#8. The complement is also true: Procedural code makes it hard to add new data structures because all the functions must change. OO code makes it hard to add new functions because all the classes must change. #Quote by Robert C. Martin
Coding quotes by Thomas L. Friedman
#9. So, at a minimum, our educational systems must be retooled to maximize these needed skills and attributes: strong fundamentals in writing, reading, coding, and math; creativity, critical thinking, communication, and collaboration; grit, self-motivation, and lifelong learning habits; and entrepreneurship and improvisation - at every level. The #Quote by Thomas L. Friedman
Coding quotes by Graham Greene
#10. He went upstairs and opened the telegram; it was addressed to a department in the British Consulate, and the figures which followed had an ugly look like the lottery tickets that remained unsold on the last day of a draw. There was 2674 and then a string of five-figure numerals: 42811 79145 72312 59200 80947 62533 10605 and so on. It was his first telegram and he noticed that it was addressed from London. He was not even certain (so long ago his lesson seemed) that he could decode it, but he recognised a single group, 59200, which had an abrupt and monitory appearance as though Hawthorne that moment had come accusingly up the stairs. Gloomily he took down Lamb's 'Tales from Shakespeare' - how he had always detested Elia and the essay on Roast Pork. The first group of figures, he remembered, indicated the page, the line and the word with which the coding began. 'Dionysia, the wicked wife of Cleon,' he read, 'met with an end proportionable to her deserts'. He began to decode from 'deserts'. To his surprise something really did emerge. It was rather as though some strange inherited parrot had begun to speak. #Quote by Graham Greene
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Coding quotes by Linda    Armstrong
#12. Somehow, you know that good doesn't ever battle evil. Good knows that evil will do itself in without good having to meddle. #Quote by Linda Armstrong
Coding quotes by Andy Clark
#13. Perception is controlled hallucination. #Quote by Andy Clark
Coding quotes by Mokokoma Mokhonoana
#14. Most improved things can be improved. #Quote by Mokokoma Mokhonoana
Coding quotes by Robert Anton Wilson
#15. I'd support life extension by whatever means, from cryonic suspension to cyborgism to coding ourselves into our computers or whatever. There is nothing noble or beautiful or dignified about dying. Like poverty, it is ugly, nasty, brutal and primitive. #Quote by Robert Anton Wilson
Coding quotes by Ahmed Abu Taha
#16. At X-Feer, we teach how to solve problems not how to write a code because that's the most important thing in coding. #Quote by Ahmed Abu Taha
Coding quotes by Sorin Suciu
#17. The coding was anachronistic, kind of like bokeh in a renaissance painting. #Quote by Sorin Suciu
Coding quotes by Linda    Armstrong
#18. An involved parent is already a superhero. #Quote by Linda Armstrong
Coding quotes by Linda    Armstrong
#19. The people of earth have worked for so long toward something like this and it finally came. A way that shows us, teaches us how to maximize our potential. To become more than we were, to aim for more than we ever thought we could be. It's wonderful! #Quote by Linda Armstrong
Coding quotes by Anonymous
#20. Servers can be fun! Knowing how to setup, run and administer a server can be as empowering as coding itself! #Quote by Anonymous
Coding quotes by Linda    Armstrong
#21. When I can't find something, I try to remember what I put on top of it. Whatever I was looking for is usually under something else that came next. #Quote by Linda Armstrong
Coding quotes by Frederick Lenz
#22. The causal body holds the structure. The causal body is the coding. So you are not just scattered all over the ten thousand states of mind. #Quote by Frederick Lenz
Coding quotes by Neal Stephenson
#23. Hiro and Y.T. have eaten a lot of junk food together in different joints all
over L.A. -- doughnuts, burritos, pizza, sushi, you name it -- and all Y.T. ever
talks about is her mother and the terrible job that she has with the Feds. The
regimentation. The lie-detector tests. The fact that for all the work she
does, she really has no idea what it is that the government is really working
on.
It's always been a mystery to Hiro, too, but then, that's how the government is.
It was invented to do stuff that private enterprise doesn't bother with, which
means that there's probably no reason for it; you never know what they're doing
or why. Hackers have traditionally looked upon the government's coding
sweatshops with horror and just tried to forget that all of that shit ever
existed.
But they have thousands of programmers. The programmers work twelve hours a day
out of some twisted sense of personal loyalty. Their software-engineering
techniques, while cruel and ugly, are very sophisticated. They must have been
up to something. #Quote by Neal Stephenson
Coding quotes by Edsger Dijkstra
#24. Please don't fall into the trap of believing that I am terribly dogmatical about [the goto statement]. I have the uncomfortable feeling that others are making a religion out of it, as if the conceptual problems of programming could be solved by a single trick, by a simple form of coding discipline! #Quote by Edsger Dijkstra
Coding quotes by Mark Zuckerberg
#25. I don't want to be in a situation where I have to leave some other commitment or worse I am rude and someone else has to support my stuff. I stopped coding for Facebook a while ago. #Quote by Mark Zuckerberg
Coding quotes by Amari Cooper
#26. When the words are fuzzy, the programmers reflexively retreat to the most precise method of articulation available: source code. Although there is nothing more precise than code, there is also nothing more permanent or resistant to change. So the situation frequently crops up where nomenclature confusion drives programmers to begin coding prematurely, and that code becomes the de facto design, regardless of its appropriateness or correctness. #Quote by Amari Cooper
Coding quotes by James Morcan
#27. We have phosphate on our DNA. Aluminum attaches itself to it and messes up our genetic coding process. While the aluminum is inside a cell, some of its particles attach to adenosine triphosphate (ATP). The ATP is in charge of our cell's energy production. So, in this manner the aluminum can affect our energy level. We have enzymes (proteins) within our cells that depend on attaching themselves to calcium (Ca) or magnesium (Mg) to function properly. Once our enzymes have attached to the Ca and Mg, they can carry on with their functions. Because the aluminum has such a strong positive charge, it's able to break the bond between our enzymes and Ca or Mg. These enzymes are now no longer attached to Ca or Mg. They have become neutralized and are unable to carry out their responsibilities. We need these enzymes for efficient metabolism, but now the aluminum is attached to the enzymes instead. The protein molecules all look a little different because their shape reflects what they are designed to do. Aluminum disturbs their individual tasks and clumps them together so they are now misshapen and no longer functioning. Aluminum also messes with the cell surface, the membrane, the outer layer of the cell. With a dysfunctional cell membrane, everything inside the cell becomes compromised and it is no longer able to properly communicate with the environment surrounding the cell about what needs to be done[96]. #Quote by James Morcan
Coding quotes by Charles Petzold
#28. Blend is great for designers because it implements a lot of sophisticated behaviours, but for what I like to do, hand coding XAML is preferable, particularly because I have to publish it. #Quote by Charles Petzold
Coding quotes by Walter Lang
#29. Thus, races arose from an original coding which God pulled out as needed for adaptation to the environment. #Quote by Walter Lang
Coding quotes by Robert C. Martin
#30. Procedural code (code using data structures) makes it easy to add new functions without changing the existing data structures. OO code, on the other hand, makes it easy to add new classes without changing existing functions. #Quote by Robert C. Martin
Coding quotes by Colum McCann
#31. There's a high that you get when you're writing code. It's cool. It's easy to do. You forget your mom, your dad, everything. You've got the whole country onboard. This is America. You hit the frontier. You can go anywhere. It's about being connected, access, gateways, like a whispering game where if you get one thing wrong you've got to go all the way back to the beginning. #Quote by Colum McCann
Coding quotes by Linda    Armstrong
#32. Nothing that happened in the past is anything we can change. And it shouldn't interfere with the happiness of the present. #Quote by Linda Armstrong
Coding quotes by James Gosling
#33. In the Java world, security is not viewed as an add-on a feature. It is a pervasive way of thinking. Those who forget to think in a secure mindset end up in trouble. But just because the facilities are there doesn't mean that security is assured automatically. A set of standard practices has evolved over the years. The Secure Coding Standard for Java is a compendium of these practices. These are not theoretical research papers or product marketing blurbs. This is all serious, mission-critical, battle-tested, enterprise-scale stuff. #Quote by James Gosling
Coding quotes by Chris Pine
#34. Programming isn't about what you know; it's about what you can figure out. #Quote by Chris Pine
Coding quotes by Linda    Armstrong
#35. Rebellion and accidents have caused a majority of the advancements we enjoy on a daily basis. Thank goodness for defiance and randomness! #Quote by Linda Armstrong
Coding quotes by Marissa Meyer
#36. When she was in the middle of a hack, it tended to fill up her brain until her vision hummed with coding and mathematics, skipping ahead to each necessary task faster than she could complete them. It tended to leave her in a state of drained euphoria. #Quote by Marissa Meyer
Coding quotes by Ryan Boudinot
#37. The thing about Web companies is there's always something severely fucked-up. There is always an outage, always lost data, always compromised customer information, always a server going offline. You work with these clugey internal tools and patch together work-arounds to compensate for the half-assed, rushed development, and after a while the fucked-upness of the whole enterprise becomes the status quo. VPs insecure that they're not as in touch as they need to be with conditions on the ground insert themselves into projects midstream and you get serious scope creep. You present to the world this image that you're a buttoned-down tech company with everything in its right place but once you're on the other side of the firewall it looks like triage time in an emergency room, 24/7. Systems break down, laptops go into the blue screen of death, developers miskey a line of code, error messages appear that mean absolutely nothing. The instantaneousness with which you can fix stuff creates a culture that works by the seat of its pants. I swear the whole Web was built by virtue of developers fixing one mistake after another, constantly forced to compensate for the bugginess of their code. #Quote by Ryan Boudinot
Coding quotes by Linda    Armstrong
#38. A limiting belief is practically invisible to us – it hides in habit and custom and mores. It is the way we live. To break out of the limiting belief would almost be like … (gasp) rebellion! #Quote by Linda Armstrong
Coding quotes by Saul Gorn
#39. Universal coding for computers is sought that uses relative addresses and a pseudocode and that assembles and translates, printing out a directory of final addresses of key commands, variables, and constants. #Quote by Saul Gorn
Coding quotes by Nicholas Kristof
#40. I wouldn't want everybody to be an art or literature major, but the world would be poorer - figuratively, anyway - if we were all coding software or running companies. We also want musicians to awaken our souls, writers to lead us into fictional lands, and philosophers to help us exercise our minds and engage the world. #Quote by Nicholas Kristof
Coding quotes by Francis Crick
#41. The balance of evidence both from the cell-free system and from the study of mutation, suggests that this does not occur at random, and that triplets coding the same amino acid may well be rather similar. #Quote by Francis Crick
Coding quotes by Lauren Landish
#42. Listen babe, I'm thinking, if you want to stay the weekend, bring some more stuff over. You know, just in case you want to stay longer or something."

I smile. "Careful there, love. You're going to regret it when I bring in a hundred pairs of shoes and take over your closet."

"You don't have a hundred pairs of shoes."

I laugh, mockingly evil. "Bwahaha, after this app hits number one and I get gamer coding bankroll, I might go shoe shopping!"

Derrick laughs. "Add in a couple more pairs of fuck-me pumps, and I'm happy. You can wear them while I make you scream my name in ecstasy. #Quote by Lauren Landish
Coding quotes by Martha Char Love
#43. Our immune system is evolving through trials of use in fighting illnesses and the bombardment of our modern world toxins and that this evolution not only engages the strengthening of the body and it's T-Cell use but also our emotional intelligence and a higher awareness of our human nature and its original DNA coding as a highly self-reflective and intelligence evolving entity. #Quote by Martha Char Love
Coding quotes by Liam Veitch
#44. Nobody was ever hiring me just because I knew how to write code, they're hiring us to solve a problem that exists in their business. The coding was the medium to get to that goal, when I focused on the goal rather than the skill it made it easier to justify my services as an investment. #Quote by Liam Veitch
Coding quotes by Mohamed Saad
#45. When you decide to put your business online it is a little bet tricky step for novice computer users because they want to keep data safe & secure.
This problem developed from companies which did not take security seriously #Quote by Mohamed Saad
Coding quotes by Cory Althoff
#46. Also, don't forget that some of the most successful people in the world are self-taught programmers. Steve Wozniak, the founder of Apple, is a self-taught programmer. So is Margaret Hamilton, who received the Presidential Medal of Freedom for her work on NASA's Apollo Moon missions; David Karp, founder of Tumblr; Jack Dorsey, founder of Twitter; and Kevin Systrom, founder of Instagram. #Quote by Cory Althoff
Coding quotes by Nessa Carey
#47. Simple organisms like bacteria tend more to the Airfix way of life. Their genes are fairly set, coding for just one protein. The more complex an organism becomes, the more the genome begins to resemble LEGO, with a much greater degree of flexibility in how the components are used. And when we think how extraordinary we humans are, it seems reasonable to say, in a nod to certain movie, that at the genetic level 'everything is awesome'. #Quote by Nessa Carey
Coding quotes by Waseem Latif
#48. Give a man a program, frustrate him for a day.
Teach a man to program, frustrate him for a lifetime. #Quote by Waseem Latif
Coding quotes by Mitchel Resnick
#49. When you learn through coding, [you're] coding to learn. You're learning it in a meaningful context, and that's the best way of learning things. #Quote by Mitchel Resnick
Coding quotes by Natasha Tsakos
#50. Content" ranges anywhere from the logo on a can of soup,
dogs dancing on youtube,
to the coding of an app:
it's confusing! #Quote by Natasha Tsakos
Coding quotes by Greg Bear
#51. To translate kinesics or paralinguistic messages into words is likely to introduce gross falsification due not merely to the human propensity for trying to falsify statements about "feelings" and relationship and to the distortions which arise whenever the products of one system of coding are dissected onto the premises of another, but especially to the fact that all such translation must give to the more or less unconscious and involuntary message the appearance of conscious intent. #Quote by Greg Bear
Coding quotes by Michael Gove
#52. One of the problems we've had is that the ICT curriculum in the past has been written for a subject that is changing all the time. I think that what we should have is computer science in the future - and how it fits in to the curriculum is something we need to be talking to scientists, to experts in coding and to young people about. #Quote by Michael Gove
Coding quotes by Stephanie Strickland
#53. It is the role of the artistic coder to question the coding languages, both through self-reflection and by using them for unintended purposes. These coders introduce multiplicity where none existed and challenge definitions of intent for the entire environment of programming language, machine and system. #Quote by Stephanie Strickland
Coding quotes by John Sulston
#54. We knew that all the protein-coding bits of genes do is to produce protein - they have to have instructions to turn them on and off. Those sequences lie well outside the protein-coding sequences, sometimes thousands, tens of thousands of bases away. #Quote by John Sulston
Coding quotes by Matthew FitzSimmons
#55. But in a pinch, he was a capable coder too. He just wasn't especially fast. So when he was finally done coding and debugging his program and ran a successful test, it was past eleven on Tuesday night. He hadn't slept but for a few hours on Sunday night, and the lack of sleep had cooked him. #Quote by Matthew FitzSimmons
Coding quotes by Gary F. Marcus
#56. How does the body push the comparatively tiny genome so far? Many researchers want to put the weight on learning and experience, apparently believing that the contribution of the genes is relatively unimportant. But though the ability to learn is clearly one of the genome's most important products, such views overemphasize learning and significantly underestimate the extent to which the genome can in fact guide the construction of enormous complexity. If the tools of biological self-assembly are powerful enough to build the intricacies of the circulatory system or the eye without requiring lessons from the outside world, they are also powerful enough to build the initial complexity of the nervous system without relying on external lessons.

The discrepancy melts away as we appreciate the true power of the genome. We could start by considering the fact that the currently accepted figure of 30,000 could well prove to be too low. Thirty thousand (or thereabouts) is, at press time, the best estimate for how many protein-coding genes are in the human genome. But not all genes code for proteins; some, not counted in the 30,000 estimate, code for small pieces of RNA that are not converted into proteins (called microRNA), of "pseudogenes," stretches of DNA, apparently relics of evolution, that do not properly encode proteins. Neither entity is fully understood, but recent reports (from 2002 and 2003) suggest that both may play some role in the all-important process of regul #Quote by Gary F. Marcus
Coding quotes by Deyth Banger
#57. Coding is other type of magic! #Quote by Deyth Banger
Coding quotes by Nessa Carey
#58. More long non-coding RNAs are expressed in the brain than any other tissue (with the possible exception of the testes).26 Some have been conserved from birds to humans, with expression patterns that occur in the same regions and at the same developmental stages. These #Quote by Nessa Carey
Coding quotes by Jonathan Michel Metzl
#59. I think part of why schizophrenia got linked to civil rights protest in the '60s was because mainstream society was coding threats against the smooth running of the state as insanity and treating it as such, and so as that happens you see the evolution of a process in which people with schizophrenia are increasingly feared and our hospitals, particularly the kind of hospital that I look at in the book become to look more and more like prisons, to the point where many of them including the one I talk about actually become prisons. #Quote by Jonathan Michel Metzl
Coding quotes by Kent Beck
#60. Listening, Testing, Coding, Designing. That's all there is to software. Anyone who tells you different is selling something. #Quote by Kent Beck
Coding quotes by Werner Gitt
#61. We then examine a particular coding system in DNA and discover that UI [universal information] is conveyed within the genes. Using this DNA evidence and scientific laws governing UI as premises, we are able to develop sound, logical deductions. This leads us to the following conclusion: the God of the Bible exists and He is responsible for originating and embedding Universal Information into biological life. #Quote by Werner Gitt
Coding quotes by Caroline Paul
#62. Cats are the slipperiest of domestic animals. Thousands of years of genetic coding has taught them to melt into azaleas, lie motionless behind garden gnomes, glide along fence tops, and slink under benches. #Quote by Caroline Paul
Coding quotes by Pranshu Midha
#63. Happiness should be a function without any parameters. #Quote by Pranshu Midha
Coding quotes by Martin Fowler
#64. If you're a technical lead, you need to be coding. #Quote by Martin Fowler
Coding quotes by Jonathan Zittrain
#65. With the rise of software patents, engineers coding new stuff - whether within a large software company or as kids writing smartphone apps - are exposed to a claim that somewhere a prior patent is being infringed. #Quote by Jonathan Zittrain
Coding quotes by Eliezer Yudkowsky
#66. After all, if you had the complete decision process, you could run it as an AI, and I'd be coding it up right now. #Quote by Eliezer Yudkowsky
Coding quotes by Anonymous
#67. Imagine a bunch of swashbuckling programmers pillaging and hoarding software gems from rich codebases around the seven software seas. Daring. But dangerous. It's coding with the bad hygiene of a salty seaman. #Quote by Anonymous
Coding quotes by Elif Shafak
#68. To the one in the skies, this city must look like a scintillating pattern of speckled glows in all directions, like a firecracker going off amid thick darkness. Right now the urban pattern glowing here is in hues of orange, ginger, and ochre. It is a configuration of sparkles, each dot a light lit by someone awake at this hour. From where the Celestial Gaze is situated, from that high above, all these sporadically lit bulbs must seem in perfect harmony, constantly flickering, as if coding a cryptic message to God. #Quote by Elif Shafak
Coding quotes by Waseem Latif
#69. Think twice, code once. #Quote by Waseem Latif
Coding quotes by Neal Stephenson
#70. He has reverted, in other words, back into a pure balls-to-the-wall nerdism rivaled only by his early game-coding days back in Seattle. The sheer depth and involution of the current nerdism binge would be hard to convey to anyone. Intellectually, he is juggling half a dozen lit torches, Ming vases, live puppies, and running chainsaws. In this frame of mind he cannot bring himself to give a shit about the fact that this incredibly powerful billionaire has gone to a lot of trouble to come and F2F with him. #Quote by Neal Stephenson
Coding quotes by Linda    Armstrong
#71. There have always been and always will be people who want to help. They just don't know how. #Quote by Linda Armstrong
Coding quotes by Jean Thompson
#72. Her parents didn't get it. Life was different now. The future, her future and that of everyone else her age, had blown up in slow motion. She lived the way she did because greed had sucked the juice out of the world and it was no longer possible to get one of those humble but promising jobs that led, with hard work and perseverance, to something that might be considered a career. Instead you competed with ambitious, underpaid people on the Indian subcontinent for the sucky customer service jobs, or you might choose to go the tech route and work as a coding slave, or sign noncompete and binding arbitration agreements with some major corporation that still required human bodies to do their dirty work for them. #Quote by Jean Thompson
Coding quotes by Kathy Sierra
#73. The best user experiences are enchanting. They help the user enter an alternate reality, whether it's the world of making music, writing, sharing photos, coding, or managing a project. #Quote by Kathy Sierra
Coding quotes by Linda    Armstrong
#74. You're thinking she doesn't see your outfit, or the color of your shoes. What she does see is You! I think you could stand in a line of a thousand people all wearing costumes and she would see you out of all of them. She loves you and you can't camouflage yourself from love like that. #Quote by Linda Armstrong
Coding quotes by Reshma Saujani
#75. Coding is the language of the future, and every girl should learn it. As I've learned from watching girls grow and learn in our classrooms, coding is fun, collaborative and creative. #Quote by Reshma Saujani
Coding quotes by Linda    Armstrong
#76. If the voices in your head talk to you, no one cares until they tell you to start killing people. Then you're crazy. #Quote by Linda Armstrong
Coding quotes by Sylvia Day
#77. I can't live without my smartphone, but I really geek on coding. It's not so much technology that I like, but puzzle solving. #Quote by Sylvia Day
Coding quotes by Russell Hoban
#78. We can't all be investigating non-coding DNA," I said, feeling an upsurge of gastric acid. "Some of us have to sell bullshit self-improvement courses #Quote by Russell Hoban
Coding quotes by Frederick Lenz
#79. The causal body is like DNA or RNA in that it is the coding that determines your level of evolution. #Quote by Frederick Lenz
Coding quotes by Tamara Zentic MS
#80. Computer Coding is a life skill for this generation. #Quote by Tamara Zentic MS
Coding quotes by Linda    Armstrong
#81. I bet you're wondering why they are on the ground. When they can be outside, even for a little bit, it calms them down for days afterward. It's the connection between humans and mother earth. It's nice to be in contact with Mom. #Quote by Linda Armstrong
Coding quotes by Ali Partovi
#82. Coding is a privilege, but that privilege is not available to most Americans. #Quote by Ali Partovi
Coding quotes by Steve McConnell
#83. On small, informal projects, a lot of design is done while the programmer sits at the keyboard. "Design" might be just writing a class interface in pseudocode before writing the details. It might be drawing diagrams of a few class relationships before coding them. It might be asking another programmer which design pattern seems like a better choice. Regardless of how it's done, small projects benefit from careful design just as larger projects do, and recognizing design as an explicit activity maximizes the benefit you will receive from it. #Quote by Steve McConnell
Coding quotes by Eric S. Raymond
#84. When you see the right thing, do it - this may look like more work in the short term, but it's the path of least effort in the long run. If you don't know what the right thing is, do the minimum necessary to get the job done, at least until you figure out what the right thing is. To do the Unix philosophy right, you have to be loyal to excellence. You have to believe that software design is a craft worth all the intelligence, creativity, and passion you can muster. Otherwise you won't look past the easy, stereotyped ways of approaching design and implementation; you'll rush into coding when you should be thinking. You'll carelessly complicate when you should be relentlessly simplifying - and then you'll wonder why your code bloats and debugging is so hard. #Quote by Eric S. Raymond
Coding quotes by Gene Luen Yang
#85. The premise of 'Secret Coders' is reminiscent of 'Harry Potter.' An intrepid band of tweens stumbles upon a secret school, only instead of teaching magic, the school teaches coding. #Quote by Gene Luen Yang
Coding quotes by Linda    Armstrong
#86. People always look for a superhero. I, for one, am glad that you've labelled this 'Subhero.' It puts the responsibility back on the shoulders of the individual. No more looking for someone swooping in with a heroic rescue. Give and take, help and be helped instead of remaining mired in the muck waiting for one person in the whole world to fix it. #Quote by Linda Armstrong
Coding quotes by David J. Anderson
#87. for the average team, insisting on writing tests first, before functional coding, improves quality. #Quote by David J. Anderson
Coding quotes by Linda    Armstrong
#88. Secrets are only secrets to those who can't see. There are many people who got 20-20 vision and can't see a secret right in front of them. #Quote by Linda Armstrong
Coding quotes by Sahara Sanders
#89. I've always had very strong feeling that computer programming is a godlike kind of job.
Similar to the Lord creating our material world and whole the Universe, based on molecular techniques such as DNA coding ― developers create the digital world based on IT technologies coding. #Quote by Sahara Sanders
Coding quotes by Linda    Armstrong
#90. This shows that the ordinary person is wanting more for their lives. They want to be of help, they want to make things better. #Quote by Linda Armstrong
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#91. For me, coding is a form of self-expression. The company controls the most effective means of self-expression I have. This is unacceptable to me as an individual, therefore I must leave. #Quote by Justin Frankel
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#92. While learning to code may have once been an arduous or expensive process, the college dropouts who developed Codecademy have democratized coding as surely as Gutenberg democratized text. Anyone can go to Codecademy and start learning and creating code through their simple, fun, interactive window, for free. #Quote by Douglas Rushkoff

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