I don’t program enough
Posted by Alec The Geek on 3 August 2007
With a proper tool, your programming experience becomes fluid in the sense that it flows almost directly from your brain to your application: your intention gets reified in a matter of a click or (better) a keyboard shortcut.
An old (Aug 2006) discussion about IDE support for refactoring reminded me that I don’t spend enough time cutting code and using the tools. My fingers have long forgotten all the automatic tricks needed to stay nimble and productive.
It’s just not the same in Power Point ,
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