Commenting the code

I always find surprising to find out comments like that regarding code comment. I can understand that someone argues about that writing comments on the code is boring, or that you forget about it or whatever. But to say that the code shouldn’t be commented at all looks a little dangerous to me. That doesn’t mean that you’ll have to comment everything. Or that adding a comment it’s an excuse to not be clear directly on the code, or the comment should be repeat what is on the code. You’ll have to keep a… Read More

ORMs and threads

Do you remember the post from Joel Spolsky about leaking abstractions? It’s the kind of idea that, the first time I read, about it, was intrigued, but after some time, I began to see it on every place. There are from time to time some problems on my Python code (as well as in other high-level languages) that I am really glad to be able to have an idea of the underlaying low level C, or I will be struggling with some very weird, confusing problems. I have enough confusing and weird problems… Read More