Code articles, tutorials, and rants.
We’ve had three minor releases since the last blog post so let’s see what has changed!
How to unit test your static c++ libraries and boost with XCode 5's test runner.
After four days of non-stop web performance (first at @velocityconf then at @WebPerfDays) here is a list of my main takeaways in three…
The difference between knowing the name of something and knowing something
Learn the shell early in your programming journey
Your productivity versus your news feed
Don’t be a douchbag and limit people to using a specific framework for your plugins, make it independent.
Two departments, one company. Each department has their own development team.
Coding is challenging and often rage inducing, but you can’t give up.
Highlights from the book “The Future of Code”
Code education is about literacy, fun and freedom. And power.
1. Starting is an enormous leap of faith. The day I started hiking the Appalachian Trail I hugged my mother goodbye and said, “The next…
Are you a Kleisli Carrie >=>, a Charlotte with a Promise ring, a State[Slut, Samantha], or a Maybe(Miranda)?
A quick overview of helpful pointers when building a RESTful API
And why should I care?
My experiences about its benefits, risks and some notes on bug-preventation
If we hire based on hackathon attendance, who are we potentially filtering out, and what does that say?
Coding my own planet in OpenGL
It’s the environment.
Why College Didn’t Work In college, grades are inevitable: assignments, exams, and “participation” still hold.
Write beautiful, clean and objective code like a boss
A cynical caricature post about Indians and their code.
Static Field Access can and Will Kill Your Project
So I’ve been developing a Laravel project lately and it took me a while to figure what files I should track and wich I shouldn’t.
If you’re a freelancer, it’s easy to fall into the trap—for me, working all the time made me tired of what I love the most.
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