Ai Weiwei is one of the most important artists in the world. He contributed to Bird’s Nest stadium in Beijing. He’s living under permanent surveillance. Could our future be like his present?
This is an answer to the Quora question What do software developers age 30 and over know now that they wish they had known in their 20s? by Michael O. Church. He shares his thoughts about his experiences in software development. A very good read for every software developer.
Uncle Bob is one of my models. I read just about everything he’s wrote. In this post he shares an important lesson. We are professionals, and we should know when to say “No”, even if it means to put our job on the line.
What’s a CTO? And a Lead Architect? What about the VP Engineering? And what duties pertain to the Program Manager? Mark Suster shed a light on this topic.
So what exactly is my advice? Own the fuck up. You know good and well what you hate about yourself. You know good and well what makes the guilt-record taunt you when you can’t sleep at night. And you know good and well that your little nest of self-loathing has become a dangerously cozy comfort zone.
This is my week’s favourite. Have you ever thought that, with feature branching, you are throwing away continuous integration? Maybe this advises don’t apply to small teams, but they are something to keep in mind. A great post byNeal Ford
Did you know about the
download attribute in HTML5? Me not, really. We can stop telling our users to “right-click and save as”
I’m a disaster at cooking. But I liked this idea of transposing Design Patterns to cooking. I hope they will keep the pace and add as many patterns as possible.
We’ve all been through it. If only someone could tell us what to do next… But life is hard. After the first steps in learning how to code, you are on your own, really. A nice analysis by Erik Trautman.
Are carousels really an anti-pattern? Personally I hate them. But on the mobile, they seems to work good. With data, you need to consider the context, all the time.