Python continues to amaze me on a regular basis.
I love programming in Python. It's simple to read, the code is clean, it's testable, it's just plain a pleasant experience. And, quite frequently, something happens that just makes me go "wow".
Monday, February 15, 2010
Wednesday, February 10, 2010
Subversion, as a version control system (VCS), is a mostly decent version control system. You check code in, you look at revisions, you look at logs, you can restore the state of your code at any time. It does the job it was built to do. This is not to say that it doesn't have problems, though. In fact, some of these problems have bitten me more than once. Using Subversion when other tools exist that actually correct these problems seems, to me, to be madness.