“Operations and Developers agreeing on Git workflow”Jacques-Louis David, 1796-1799, Oil on Canvas Classic Programmer Paintings →
On July 8, 2015 the New York Stock Exchange went down due to a software glitch. Over at Medium, Zeynep Tufekci went into detail on how it comes that software sucks. Software sucks for many reasons, all of which go deep, are entangled, and expensive to fix. […] LAYERS AND LEGACIES: A lot of software […]
Every day has 24 hours Every day without DST changes is 86400 (60 * 60 * 24) seconds long Every day in UTC is 86400 (60 * 60 * 24) seconds long Week one of a year starts in January every year If I know what time zone someone is in and they just tell […]
Swift Cheat Sheet and Quick Reference → Sidenote: I cannot stop laughing at this sentence that made it onto the Apple site introducing Swift. Swift is the result of the latest research on programming languages. Namespaces and closures; ORLY?
How familiar 🙂
Analyze Github commits to know which convention is popular. Instead of arguing where to place spaces and where not, just check GitHub to get to know the popular convention. Don’t agree on tabs vs. spaces though. Go #teamtabs! Popular Coding Convention on Github →
Declarative programming specifies what the computer should do, not (as we saw with imperative programming) how it should be done. In CSS for example: turn all paragraphs red; I really don’t care how it happens, just make it so. — John Allsop, Not Real Programming
Programmer Ryan Gosling →