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TTC - 2013 Rules ChangesMay 31, 2013
21:44Jer joins Graham for a quick look at the recent Magic rules changes.
A conversation, with bonus clips and behind the scenes stories, about our episode No Rules: The Birth Of The UFC. Featuring Chris Berube and Andrew Mambo.
Sean and Derek discuss lessons learned from following Sandi Metz’ rules on a project and the overall impact of rules on code.
10 Rules For Forklift Safety can keep drivers and pedestrians safe on the job. Some are obvious, some not-so. New drivers and experienced pros can benefit.
A talk from Barcelona Ruby Conference 2013 (http://baruco.org)
We’re iconoclasts who reject arbitrary constraints yet long for understandable, predictable, changeable applications. We want code that follows rules yet we refuse to let rules to get in our way. We’re deeply attached to the little rules that help get things done (No trailing whitespace! Indent using two spaces!) and despise the big, complicated ones that impose one-size-fits-all straitjackets on otherwise sane programming problems. This talk proposes 5 ‘little’ rules for writing object-oriented code. These rules are determinedly simple yet produce code that experts love and novices can be trusted to change; they fill the space between anarchy and order with practical, common sense. The rules guide without impeding, help without hindering and constrain without binding, and let you create applications that are easy to change and fun to work their whole life long.
Recorded & produced by El Cocu (http://elcocu.com)
Original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=npOGOmkxuio&list=WL&index=1
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Congress may pass the laws, but the president makes the rules. These are things like regulations, or the specifics of how a law is applied.
For this week’s podcast, I take a break from my reading of my 2009 novel, Someone Comes to Town, Someone Leaves Town, to read aloud my latest Locus column, Rules for Writers. The column sums up a long-overdue revelation I had teaching on the Writing Excuses cruise last fall: that the “rules” we advise writers to follow are actually just “places where it’s easy to go wrong.”
There’s an important distinction between this and the tired injunction, “You have to know the rules to break the rules.” It’s more like, “If you want to figure out how to make this better, start by checking on whether you messed up when doing the difficult stuff.”
This week, we discuss the differences between rules, agreements, and
boundaries, and how sometimes they can hurt a relationship more than help
one. We explore how to make informed, healthy decisions with your partner
or partners regarding what everyone involved needs in the relationship.
Federal officials implemented rules to allow for commercial operations of the small, unmanned aircraft. The rules will also impact on how the media can use drones in news and documentary coverage.