有空到五個地方走走

有空到五個地方走走,你會明白很多事情

1、書店:到裡面數一數自己沒讀過的書,你就會明白,自己知道的那點知識,只是皮毛。

2、奢侈品店:到裡面看看商品的標價,你會明白自己是個窮人,拼搏才是你的出路。

3、春耕的大地:頂著烈日,陪著農民朋友,從地的這邊走到那邊,走幾趟,你就會明白,自己的工作是多麼的優越。

4、醫院:這裡匯聚了人間痛苦,到裡面走走,你會明白健康有多麼的重要。

5、殯儀館:到了那裡你會明白,計較那麼多事有什麼用,活著比什麼都重要。

Go vs Python by examples

http://govspy.peterbe.com/

DRY is not always practical

This article says it well. I am glad I am not alone.
https://programmingisterrible.com/post/176657481103/repeat-yourself-do-more-than-one-thing-and

I have applied the DRY principle numerous times. Sometimes I found myself messing with the abstract class or common function again and again, introducing more and more switches to deal with various combinations of params. In those moments, I secretly hoped that there was no abstraction at all. May it be repeated code, coz at least when I tweak one thing I know that I am only tweaking one thing but not the rest of the dependent code. DRY is a good principle for sure, but I hope that we don’t just blindly follow it to write “good” code.

Let’s get honest about our money problems | Tammy Lally

Restaurant reviews in Seattle

An intern Kyle Wong from my work place wrote this. I think it’s interesting to read and get an idea about various restaurants in the Seattle area. He even took photos of his dishes.

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1-9-vLD9rCqeHJ0HycX81PCWTFE–xra-09IZflGjB9w/edit

山有山的高度,水有水的深度,沒必要攀比,每個人都有自己的長處。

風有風的自由,雲有雲的溫柔,沒必要模仿,每個人都有自己的個性。

你認為快樂的,就去尋找;你認為值得的,就去守候;你認為幸福的,就去珍惜。

世上沒有不被批評的事,也沒有不被猜測的人。

走自己的路。

Air Quality

https://airnow.gov/