use piste in a sentence.
I'm a snowboarder, and, wanting to better understand the risks I assume when I go off-piste -- and how to avoid them -- I took an avalanche safety course a few years ago.
I was about to argue with you, then I remembered that my #1 personal goal is to get good enough off-piste to give La Grave a serious go:I actually said to my wife yesterday evening that I'd rather ski Polar Star Couloir than found a billion dollar business (a terrible thing to admit on HN) - she was not amused....
As I say, it's been a while since I worked with it and I'm sure people have solutions to the issues I encountered but if you're planning on going off piste at all it's probably not for you.
In any case, you can't rebase master unless you're willing to force push, and if that hasn't tipped you off to the fact that you've gone off piste, what will?
The answer is that if you're prepared to off piste, mainly by using sun.
The TLDR; - the only risk of programatic layout that I see if developers going 'off piste' and laying out in a non standard way.
Plus, if you stay 'on piste' doing stuff that has been proven to work (you could hardly argue against Linux + apache for example), you have a relatively small chance of stepping on these engineering landmines.