Sometimes you just have to ignore

At the National Insurance Board of Trinidad and Tobago (NIBTT), I’m currently working on a web application. For the past month, I’ve been having numerous errors with the DOJO Framework that has caused me frustration beyond belief. I couldn’t understand why this code would be released with so many errors. Yesterday, my co-worker Darindra eased all my woes with respect to this framework and it was simply a matter of ignoring the errors in the Eclipse preferences. He too encountered the same problem and it took him some time to figure out the issue. This approach may not work for all code in all programming languages. For example, some deprecated code in Objective-C needs to either removed completely or edited. This has given me a more positive perspective towards the project and has me really excited about moving forward.


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