“There are only two hard things in Computer Science: cache invalidation and naming things” — Phil Karlton
- Trust is fragile – 37Signals guys relate a recent security-ish breach and how they chose to handle it.
- Better BugzScout Error Reporting – BugzScout is a simple interface for collecting crash reports from your software in the wild integrated with Fogbugz.
- Embracing RavenDB- Ayende’s good overview of his particular NoSql solution.
- One ASP.NET Sneak Peek: Elegant Web Forms and Snowballs in Hell – Hanselman points out some features of ASP.NET Webforms 4.5
- The Rise of Developeronomics – Don’t know if I buy this argument but there are some amusing aspects of this article (e.g. “The one absolutely solid place to store your capital today — if you know how to do it – is in software developers’ wallets”)
- Farewell Stack Exchange – For those who didn’t already know, Jeff Atwood walked away from StackExchange.
- All or something – Challenging the notion that to start a company it has to be all or nothing, excessive hours and total commitment.
- Meetings: Where Work Goes to Die
- Sneak Preview: Entity Framework 5.0 Performance Improvements
- How Basecamp Next got to be so damn fast without using much client-side UI- Hint - heavy use of caching.
- Ajax Control Toolkit July 2011 Release and the New HTML Editor Extender
- Getting Started with Knockout
Forget the lies, the money, we’re in this together.
And through it all, they said nothing’s forever.