Monthly Archives: March 2013

Reinventing the Wheel Considered Useful

We, programmers, are prone to reinvent the wheel—for example, by creating frameworks and libraries instead of using existing ones (very common), or even write our own build tools from scratch (less common). We do that despite paying lip service to the fact that reinventing the wheel is generally considered a bad thing. In fact, conventional […]

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