So Recently at Code for Pakistan our VP Tech. made it abundantly clear that we ought to watch Uncle Bob’s clean code video lectures. It’s a really good series of videos that make you think about the code you write everyday.
This post is not about the video series but rather about the comments I found very true and witty. Whenever Uncle Bob asks the audience to focus on a particular slide the editor cuts away and focuses on the Uncle Bob’s face. Still don’t know what I am talking about? I will let the following comments explain:
I love that no matter what background we’re coming from, no matter part of the world we are from, we are united in our hatred for the video editor.
Uncle Bob: look at this piece of code Cameraman: ah I think it’s the signal for a zoom shot of uncle bob’s face
Uncle Bob: Look at this Editor: haha you wish
“clean code - lesson 2” starts talking about the origin on the moon camera man points at an empty sofa Me: wtf am I watching
I love the lecture, but I want to make the person who edited the video write on an old chalk blackboard “I will not obscure information” about 5000x
I have got a big list of slangs for the editor
Whoever edited this: when he says “look at this” - show the board, not the person!
I hope the comments explain the level of unprofessionalism of the video editing. Thats all for now, keep writing clean code you all!