Spectacularly beautiful morning with fresh snow, and this red-tailed hawk was enjoying the powder.
The article Making Wrong Code Look Wrong by is a classic take on a programming concept that you should still, always keep in mind when writing your code: You should try to write your code so that it's more difficult for things to go wrong...or at least more obvious when things do.
It was written SomeAgo - so take his prescriptions with a pinch of salt and apply your intelligence and ingenuity.
It's the vibe of the thing that matters here :)
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