Java Zen:Thinking Out Loud Sunday, 2017.05.28
To write good software you must simultaneously keep two opposing ideas in your
head. You need the young hacker's naive faith in his abilities, and at the same
time the veteran's skepticism. You have to be able to think "how hard can it
be?" with one half of your brain while thinking "it will never work" with the
other.

		Paul Graham, "Hackers & Painters"

2008.06.04

Where Is The Monkey?

The only primates to be found were those crawling all over the streets at the foot of this majestic building.