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Links You Don't Want to Miss: Apr. 11

04.11.2013
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A Google engineer talks about the logistics of making a mobile site that renders in less than 1 second. 

12 Pieces of Required Reading for Recruiting Programmers

Recruiters ought to take a good look at these articles, and so should anyone hiring more engineers.  Also, check out this bonus article.

Refactr.it: Brings Back the RefactorMyCode.com Philosophy

A new site has popped up that may remind you of a great idea: helping out fellow coders and improving your skills.  (the link takes a while to load)

News

Oracle v. Google and the Copyrightability of APIs: We’re Not Out of the Woods Yet

Jenkins creator Kohsuke Kawaguchi and his company, CloudBees, are reminding the community that Oracle’s appeal is something developers need to keep an eye on.  He’s also started a White House petition to end API copyrights.


PhoneGap 2.6.0 Released


Google App Engine Hits 1.7.7

Google’s web app platform adds greater availability for their Java 7 runtime, loosened billing restrictions, a Cloud SDK preview, and more.

Electronic Arts named the worst company in America – again

Cool Stuff

Mark Zuckerberg’s Angelfire

What seems to be an Angelfire page from Mark Zuckerberg’s high school years is weirdly predictive of his future Social Network Tsardom. It’s all as dorky and embarrassing as any high school artifact should be.

This unbelievable image of Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo is 100% real