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As a budding coder learning to code with AutoIt I'm rather enjoying myself.

Anyways, I came accross this article the other day and thought I'd share it with those of you who are facing a learning curve as you scramble to pick up the language.

Gui Design Theory By Joel Spolsky.

I rather enjoyed the read, and it's provoked a new appreciation the effort that goes into the design of any Gui ment to be userfriendly and intuitive. One of the many things you should strive for when when you approach the way you want your applications to look and feel especially if you forsee it being adopted by a large userbase.


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An immortal object must be copied, so that we get a mortal copy of it, since we try not to destroy immortal objects.

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