Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) is one
of the greatest helps to programmers when dealing with datetime values. UTC makes my life easier,
and thus raises my quality of life. Yet, it is plagued by a fallacy that I’ve seen many times in
programmers’ discussions online. This is the UTC everywhere fallacy. Even for all the nice
things UTC gives us, it just doesn’t solve everything.
The grave accent, or more commonly in programmer circles, the backtick. A tiny character with so many
uses. With the advent of computers, it has diversified its traditional role as an àccent with new
It executes code in shells and PHP. And it drives me up the wall.