When I was starting out as a young programmer, I worked on (among other things) an air-traffic control system. A full set of hardware for the system—including multiple rack cabinets containing maybe a couple dozen computers and specialized boards, user consoles, testing apparatus, and the cabling to connect it all was called a “channel”. A […]
Ask me for a 10x developer, and I’ll show you a hacker who can take a list of 10 tickets, and reject 9 of them because they don’t appreciably advance the project goals. Like some kind of “project manager”, or something.
…And so, as we can see, with sufficiently powerful type constraints, the implementation practically writes itself! Neat! I know, right?? …although didn’t you just write the whole function inside the type declaration? THE IMPLEMENTATION PRACTICALLY WRITES ITSELF!!
First steps with the Crystal programming language.