But First, Write No Code

Something I see often in person and online are programmers constantly implementing common solutions, reinventing wheels, or embracing NIH.

Before you do this, please consider the Kev009's Oath - "But First, Write No Code". This is a solution to a variety of problems in software development, but today's article ...

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Java: The Good Parts

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A while back, a book entitled JavaScript: The Good Parts made waves on the internet, especially social networking sites. This book purported to show the inner beauty of a language that was long considered second or third rate, coming of age. With the advent of toolkits like JQuery, Javascript/AJAX ...

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