I am quoting myself, and I am not sure if that is allowed, but I just wrote this to the Castle list:
I wanted to give someone a message, so I wrote this:
GueniaPig tester = (GueniaPig)you;
What was I trying to say*?
Sidenote; Do you find these quotes interesting? I seem to be doing quite a bit of them lately.
* Only after I sent the mail I realized that it may be insolting to the person recieving it.
Another memorable quote from yours truely:
In IM, and often when people say "but I don't want more coffee / I just had one":
Beware, you will get kicked out of the geek guild if you don't have enough levels of coffee.
About a girl:
In response to "I hope I won't bug you much":
I'm reading a lot of books recently, and I run into another nice quote:
Let's write a three-tiered application that utilizes this pattern.
I'm not usually a funny guy (I think), but I had a conversation in IM this week that included this quote:
Update: The Hammer Based Problem Solving Diagram. Thanks Ben.
Charles Petzold has a really good talk here about the problems that VS.Net gets you with being too smart. Best quote:
I tend to agree with him, although I come to it from a different angle. From a non UI perspective, I find that people often takes the easy path that they saw on the demos, and very quickly ends up with unmaintainable mess. I'm a big believer in making the computer work for me, but I like to do it using abstractions and code, not via wizard magic.
James often has the best quotes around:
[Regarding current and future Office UI]