This post gathers a few things I ran into the last few weeks and thought it would be fun to share it with you.
An article that describes how a programmer behaves when he is been interrupted when coding. It is an analysis based on 10,000 programming sessions recorded from 86 programmers using Eclipse and Visual Studio and a survey of 414 programmers.
The 10 rules of a Zen programmer
Programmers can be a weird breed. The old Zen-masters already knew before hundreds of years, how today programmers should work.
How does your js code score?
More Code, More Problems
Learn languages, not frameworks.
Build small things.
Less code is better than more.
X-Surface: Don’t believe everything you read.
The games industry is the only one I can think of that will quite happily publish guesswork as news. So-called ‘analysts’ are no different – they make money by guessing. They’re about as much use as a ‘source’ as I am.
The Big Bad-ass list
We all love Bootstrap, and has become the norm in web design. It has created its own ecosystem, and the above link contains 267 resources for it.
Single page apps in depth
This free book is focusing on discussing patterns, implementation choices and decent practices while writing a single page app.
“Boy, I really hope this web service returns XML” – Nobody ever.
Fashion savvy people probably look at my outfit the same way I look at a person who opens their laptop and has the ask toolbar installed.