Jeff Atwood



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Building a PC, Part IX: Downsizing

Hard to believe that I've had the same PC case since 2011, and my last serious upgrade was in 2015. I guess that's yet another sign that the PC is over, because PC upgrades have gotten really boring. It took 5 years for me to muster up the initiative to get my system fully upgraded!

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“Success is rarely determined by the quality of your ideas. But it is frequently determined by the quality of your execution.”
Jeff Atwood, Effective Programming: More Than Writing Code

“When given a choice, choose the thing that scares you a little. If it's 100% safe, it is holding you back.”
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“Build what you need as you need it, aggressively refactoring as you go along; don't spend a lot of time planning for grandiose, unknown future scenarios. Good software can evolve into what it will ultimately become.”
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