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Veteran programmer Hank Warren shares the tricks he has collected from his considerable experience in the worlds of application and system programming. For anyone who wants to create efficient code. Self-directed study.
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Henry Ellis Warren (May 21, 1872 – September 21, 1957) was an American inventor credited with invention of the first synchronous electric clock which kept time from the oscillations of the power grid in 1918 as well as with 134 other inventions.
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