- Agile vs. Traditional Development Cost Models ...Maybe - AgileJoe
- .Net: Passing user data with Exception back to the caller method
' Reader... meet Exception.Data. Exception.Data... meet reader '
- Alt.Net does NOT equal Anti-Microsoft - Raymond Lewallen
- 15+ Free Visual Studio Add-Ins - Carl J
Wow, found lots of new things in this extensive list from Carl!
- Forgotten Purpose - Igloocoder
on how easy the relationship between IT and Business can get out of hands and what to do about it
- OLPC "Give 1 Get 1" initiative a sign of trouble for the project - Ryan Paul
Ever since the beginning of the ambitious (and honorable!) OLPC project, I wondered if they were not overly optimistic: needing countries as customers, taking orders in the millions, and thought that wouldn't be a problem. Still their goal is cool...
- Overview of Firefox security oriented extensions for pen-testing - Security4all
might not interest you at all, but did you know a browser can be a handy tool for security investigations?
- Contractor Blamed in DHS Data Breaches - washingtonpost.com
oops, failing to deliver is something we all do every now and then (don't we), but covering that up is something else
- The problem with "I'll just wait until school to learn to program" Tim Stall
Nothing comes to you for free, only if you *really* want something yourself, you can make things happen
- 10 More Future Web Trends - Read/Write Web
RSS readers are going away: ' 10. Blog reading automatically input into our brain '
- Stop the spying - i like ellipses…
politically oriented post by developer Mike Hall
- Can Your Team Pass The Elevator Test? - Jeff Atwood
Jeff nails it again:
' Software developers think their job is writing code. But it's not. Their job is to solve the customer's problem '
- My goodness, were's gone my Properties window?!? - A developer's strayings
Drag the window away from your desktop and it's "gone". Is this a usability bug, or by-design, me wonders?
- Confessions of a Terrible Programmer - 'Marc'
' Be a testing masochist, i.e., I ruthlessly try to break my own code '
It's even fun to hammer on your own code, because it makes you a better (and hopefully more humble) programmer
- Why Programmers Don't Like Relational Databases - Typical Programmer
AS Object databases or whatever alternative have still not really taken up, RDBMS's will be around for a long time. Never really had a problem with them though, but I always have worked with them
- Dynamically Inject Validation Controls From A Base ASP.NET Page - Jayson Knight
- Effective user interface testing - Gojko Adzic
- Explaining the Excel Bug - Joel Spolsky
- How Hard Could It Be?: Unfocused and Unabashed - Joel Spolsky
Joel is on a spree
- Throwing Exceptions: Will You be Able to Catch What You Expect? - Jay Miller
if you forgot the difference between
- Google GMail E-mail Hijack Technique - GNUCITIZEN
Hmm, GMail seems to be under heavy fire this week...
- Taskbar Shuffle - Dave Donaldson
some people create a cure for problems the rest of the world was not aware of
Do you know of any way to block a domain from showing up in Google results, maybe with a Firefox plugin? Would really like to get rid of sites like experts-exchange hiding/obfuscating all answers, stimulating you to send money into their direction. Not nice!