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“No Bugs” Hare
Author:“No Bugs” Hare  Follow: TwitterFacebook
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Job Title:Sarcastic Architect
Hobbies:Thinking Aloud, Arguing with Managers, Annoying HRs,
Calling a Spade a Spade, Keeping Tongue in Cheek
 
'No Bugs' Bunny

Once upon a time, in a rabbit outsourcing warren of Bunnylore, there was a young software developer bunny. And as a developer, he has had one very unusual treat: he was obsessed with eliminating all the bugs he can get his forelegs on. So, it is not surprising that his friends called him a “No Bugs” Bunny (or simply “NoBugs”).

Later on, he grew up, so he decided that “Bunny” in his name has became inappropriate (not to mention potential arguments with Warner Brothers), so he has asked all his friends to call him “No Bugs” Hare. He has made a career as a team lead and software architect, and they lived happily ever after.

“No Bugs” Hare Opera Omnia, Vol.1:

#ACCU2018. Day 2. Threads and Locks ARE a Dead End, Period!

As the Day 2 of ACCU2018 is over, here is my report about it. Kotlin ~= Java with a Better Syntax Keynote of Day 2 was about Kotlin (titled “Kotlin/Native – Embracing existing ecosystems”), delivered by Hadi Hariri. While the talk as such was pretty good, I wasn’t convinced that Kotlin is worth the trouble. My takeouts from […]

#ACCU2018 Day 1. From Gender Equality to (kinda-)Quantum Computing, with Threads and C++ copy/move in between

As #ACCU2018 is underway, and as I am here, it would be strange if I wouldn’t use the opportunity to tell about what I like (and don’t like ;-)) here. Diversity in Tech – What Can We Do? Gen Ashley was opening the conference with a keynote speech on “Diversity & Inclusivity in Tech”. Main point: […]

Using Parallel <algorithm> Without a Clue: 90x Performance Loss Instead of 8x Gain

Abstract: “I made an experiment which demonstrates Big Fat Dangers(tm) of implying that parallelization can be made as simple as just adding a policy parameter to your std:: call.”
Quote: “it is still necessary to understand what we’re doing”
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