Writing code has never been easy.
Well, let me re-phrase: Writing readable code has never been easy.
Many programmers work on their code alone....
1 replies - 5808 views - 10/08/12 by Kristiono Setyadi in Articles
Writing good software is all about getting feedback, quickly.
Does it compile? Does it function? Does it build? Does it deploy? Does...
0 replies - 1797 views - 10/08/12 by David Green in Articles
Last week Lydia Leong from Gartner published an analyst report
with some opinions on Open Stack. I’ve been critical in the past about
0 replies - 2895 views - 10/08/12 by Ben Kepes in Articles
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Date: October 1, 2012
By: Aaron Delp and Brian Gracely
Description: Aaron talks to
the organizers and presenters for Build a Cloud...
0 replies - 2268 views - 10/08/12 by Brian Gracely in Articles
Not a lot of people know this, but I write many of my blogs in The
Wolverhampton Art Gallery’s cafe: the food’s really good and, for a
2 replies - 3763 views - 10/08/12 by Roger Hughes in Articles
Do you have a data architecture? As I meet customers, it’s dawning on
me that IT leadership is not paying attention to fundamentals like
0 replies - 5739 views - 10/07/12 by Ravi Kalakota in Articles
Even if you don’t like it, your job sometimes requires you to
maintain legacy applications. It happened to me (fortunately rarely),
and the first thing I...
0 replies - 3870 views - 10/07/12 by Nicolas Frankel in Articles
As a technologist and evangelist working in the big data marketplace, I'm excited by the new products my company brings
to market, and how this functionality...
0 replies - 4778 views - 10/06/12 by Donal Daly in Articles
So after I finished telling you how much I don’t like the Lucene.net codebase, what's this post about? Well,
I don’t like the code, but then again, I...
0 replies - 5502 views - 10/05/12 by Ayende Rahien in Articles
Originally authored by LockyAs the Project Manager at Smashing Boxes, I would not claim to be an
hardened expert with all of the answers, but I have been...
0 replies - 6444 views - 10/05/12 by Nick Jordan in Articles
Java architects have
a plethora of options when choosing
architectures and components. You have to consider several aspects of the app when deciding on one...
0 replies - 1464 views - 10/05/12 by Mohan Kumar Muddana in Announcements
Project management is something that we all have to deal with, and there are dozens of tools out there to try to simplify the process. Determining which of...
0 replies - 6349 views - 10/04/12 by Bill Armstrong in Articles
… or how you can make on-call for service providers a virtuous cycle.
In the tech world, for everything that is running as a service or
0 replies - 4641 views - 10/03/12 by Rodrigo De Castro in Articles
David Veksler's recent post
on less-known truths about programming is great, and I definitely
recommend it reading it all the way through. Here, however, I...
1 replies - 12159 views - 10/03/12 by Rodrigo De Castro in Articles
I was unpleasantly surprised to see all the bashing of the TypeScript
language. Like “the last thing I want to see is type errors”, “all these
0 replies - 3593 views - 10/03/12 by Victor Savkin in Articles