Random Quote #32 topic: shlomif

<pasteling> "struggling intern" at pasted "Here it
is.." (220 lines, 5.7K) at
<strugglingintern> woohoo
<strugglingintern> there it goes...
<rindolf> strugglingintern: oh my god!
<rindolf> strugglingintern: this code looks really bad.
<strugglingintern> heh...
<rindolf> strugglingintern: if ($records eq 0 ) - don't you
want ($records == 0)?
<rindolf> strugglingintern: do you have unit tests?
<rindolf> strugglingintern: and you should factor it better.
<rindolf> strugglingintern: and possibly use Template Toolkit
or something.
<rindolf> strugglingintern: and you may have some
HTML-injection (or XSS) problems.
<Ani-_> rindolf: and probably SQL injection problems.
<rindolf> Ani-_: indeed!
<strugglingintern> :-/
<Ani-_> strugglingintern: really, ask them to review that
code when they get back.
<strugglingintern> alright
<strugglingintern> I appreciate it anyway
<rindolf> strugglingintern: how long have you been
programming perl?
<strugglingintern> hah, about 3 months
<strugglingintern> This isn't all my code ;)
<strugglingintern> I'll look into it
<strugglingintern> Thanks guys (and gals).
<rindolf> strugglingintern: you're welcome.
<strugglingintern> not my choice ;)
<strugglingintern> it's my 3rd week here :)
<rindolf> Amazing how much more experienced programmers can
tell a code is bad from a quick glance.
<rindolf> It's a bit scary.
<Ani-_> nothing amazing about it. It's called skill. :)
<The_SB> yeh even I can tell it by a look
<ology> It's not scary or amazing at all.
<ology> It is called experience!
<Ani-_> rindolf: what do you find scary?
<Ani-_> rindolf: that experienced programmers can tell it?
Or the code itself?
<Ani-_> I would disagree on the first one but agree on the
later! :)
<rindolf> Ani-_: no, that I'm so experienced.
<rindolf> Ani-_: I hope I don't sound out as a snob.
<ology> narcissism is fun
<rindolf> I should get a life.
<rindolf> Get a girlfriend, go to movies.
<rindolf> Instead all I do is write Perl.
<rindolf> And chat about writing Perl.
<Ikarus> a life, tried that, didn't mix with me

-- Scary Perl Expertise on Freenode's #perl


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