Saying that Java is nice because it works on all OSs is like saying that anal sex is nice because it works on all genders
From Jeremy Keith’s Blogpost Caveat: If you’re looking for the more honest, truthful answer to pretty much any question on web design and usability, here it is: It depends. Exactly what me and my colleagues tell our students: the solutions we give them are a solution, not the solution.
I still have to do programmer interviews like everyone else. No matter how much code I put out, I still have to solve stupid puzzles about coconuts and manholes. No matter how many web servers or email frameworks or database servers or chat servers or assemblers I write I still have to prove I can […]
Content isn’t a three-step create, revise and approve process. It’s much more complex than that. And it’s never done. Content First →
The jQuery author talks about the DOM: Nearly every method is broken in some way, in some browser
Like designers, if you give a programmer a problem with parameters, they’ll apply every bit of genius they have to solve it in the best possible way. If you tell them how to do it, you’ll suffer the wrath of an angry God. (via)