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Keivan Internet Threats
ccTLD for the un-shortened URL is Iran: hxxp://www.keivan.ir/radar.htm
Do not be afraid.
It is safe.
That “last post”, Smeed’s Law for Programming was a good read. I meant to pass it along and forgot. Yet the follow-up is already out!
Let’s see if Tumblr allows a “Quote” post to include a block quote tag in the source description.
Vivek is referring to this paper:
K. El Emam, S. Benlarbi, N. Goel and S. N. Rai: “The Confounding Effect of Class Size on the Validity of Object-Oriented Metrics“. IEEE Transasctions on Software Engineering, 27(7), July 2001.
Here’s the “old” model: Structural properties of code, as gauged by various metrics, affect its cognitive complexity, and drive external attributes such as number of bugs and maintainability.
Vivek cites that paper because it
uncovers a strong association between most code metrics and the size of the code… [which] partially backs up my hypothesis that the number of bugs can primarily be predicted only by the total lines of code….
I haven’t found any studies [describing] this relationship. Do the number of bugs grow linearly with code size, or…?
Stay tuned for more!
All bold font emphasis was mine. Same is true for pun. Get it? Stay “tuned”, like performance “tuning”? Never mind… sorry…
Have any vacation photos to share? Instagram-esque type effects are optional. Anything that you saw and made you feel happy is best.
I only wish I worked for Google…! It is a wonderful company in many ways.
Unfortunately, I am unemployed. I realllly need to get a job. But I want to stay in Phoenix, near my mother. And work from home if possible (though not necessary). Any ideas?
Phillip Rogaway: Problems with Proposed IP Cryptography, Conclusion. April 1995
* This is a standalone document intended as commentary on an IETF proposal.