Writing Less Damn Code

Datetime:2016-08-23 03:00:29         Topic: CSS          Share        Original >>
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Writing Less Damn Code

I’m not the most talented coder in the world. No, it’s true. So I try to write as little code as possible. The less I write, the less there is to break, ...

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