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JAPH. (That's right -- I'm not Really Inexperienced any more.)

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Thursday June 12, 2003
10:25 PM

Book Learnin' Squared

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Right now I'm banging my head on this, because I'm too damn superstitious to go back and work on AI::Fuzzy::Simple or whatever the hell I'm going to try to call this monstrosity.

Any suggestions for how to throw yourself back at something most effectively when you've been away from it for a while are gladly accepted.

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  • Any suggestions for how to throw yourself back at something most effectively when you've been away from it for a while are gladly accepted.

    I have a project I've been working on for a while that I've had to put down a few times due to various factors. It can be hard picking up the strands after time away, but the first thing I try to attack is the test suite - you can always improve it. When you know you have a solid test suite then it gives you the confidence you need to go poking around bits that per