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“Where do I Start?” – too many questions, not enough action.
A few years ago, My former employer once said to me: “I reached my peak in computer knowledge after around 10 years”. And indeed he was quite an incredible programmer. It got me thinking though, Is that peak a reality … Continue reading
We’ve entered a golden age of software development. the coder’s world is crowded with expressive languages, robust frameworks and job titles that leaves many starting-out programer-pilgrims deep in supermarket selection syndrome. What should you do?
I don’t know how many times I’ve crossed regular expressions thinking: “gee willikers, I oughta learn something about those sometime soon yessireebob good sir yuppy duppy diddilumdeedee… meh…”. It’s not that i think they aren’t useful, I’ve always wanted some … Continue reading
Recently I’ve stumbled across a pretty cool game. The name is Inflation RPG. The idea is that instead of growing levels slowly and acquiring gear over a long time like usual rpgs, You only have 30 battles (or battle points) … Continue reading
So I have two things to get off my chest: 1. That burn mark on the bus stop clearly looks like a shark is about to own that blue strip above it from behind the timetable. I’ve been staring at … Continue reading
What happens when you place a group of smart people in a room doing some meaningful repetitive task over and over again? You get people thinking to themselves “how can I do this faster, more efficiently and requiring less user … Continue reading