tharn : Java Glossary


going tharn is a deer-in-the-headlights panic and paralysis caused by trying to solve too many aspects of a computer programming problem at once. It is a type of overwhelm. It is the normal state for newbies and can also hit experienced programmers especially under deadline, emotional stress or illness. What can you do about it?
book cover recommend book⇒Watership Downto book home
by Richard Adams 978-0-380-00293-1 paperback
birth 1920-05-09 age:97 978-0-7569-6694-2 hardcover
publisher Avon 978-1-4391-7612-2 eBook
published 1976-01-01 978-1-4417-3749-6 audio
  B002RI9L76 kindle
The term tharn comes from the book Watership Down which describes the universe from the point of view of a herd of rabbits. The rabbits have to deal with their paralysing fear. It is a book similar to Lord of The Rings, but without the magical element. It is one of the most absorbing books I ever read.
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