The rule I found today.

When I was doing my 3D graphics project on ray tracing today, I realized something which is worth sharing

smartkiran rule:

A golden rule for any prorgamming task I found is that

“Even though you are not sure how to do it, just try to write some crap which atleast works without errors. So that you will atleast have something to change into a perfect solution. ”

analogy.. “without a basement how can you construct a house”


2 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by kamesh on April 6, 2013 at 02:18



  2. Posted by Bryan on March 12, 2014 at 09:57

    I like this, I used to call this “setting the monkey loose”. If you are worried too much about writing something perfect right off the bat you wil never write anything. Usually you just have to make something work, even if its a bit messy, and then rework it afterwards. But I like your name better, the smartkiran rule, it sounds more positive even if its not as descriptive.


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