February 24, 2005
Soup for the Fevered Brain
Just back from a very enjoyable lunch with Ciaran, Alan and Charles. We were esconsed at Soup Plus and the conversation covered the usual geeky topics. Which was a nice break from this morning's endeavours of trying to reverse engineer Oracle's aged debtors report.
Even worse, I'd taken refuge from that rather tricky activity in a little light perusal of the Python Daily URL. Unfortunately today it mentions this cookbook recipe. That just about finished off my remaining cognitive juices. Is there any need for this kind of thing? I can see why it's admirable, I may even one day understand how it does what it does, but it's hardly adhering to the KISS principle is it?
Posted by Andy Todd at February 24, 2005 12:44 PM