This article [http://www.nytimes.com/2014/02/18/business/international/from-india-proof-that-a-trip-to-mars-doesnt-have-to-break-the-bank.html] from the New York Times is great. Here are a few takeaways which translate from the world of space exploration on the cheap, to web development. 1. "Ours is a contrasting, inexpensive and innovative approach to the
About a week ago, this commit [https://github.com/whatwg/dom/commit/89b5f1d8dd02ec458dd99ed82a3a005c8650c31c] was made to the WHATWG DOM Platform spec. For some developers, the sounding of HTML5's death knell may come not a moment too soon. HTML5, with the native browser functionality and semantics that it brought, was also
The best managers I have had do two things well: they remove impediments to a trusted developer's understanding of the larger business purpose behind that developer's task, and they, as proficient developers in their own right, approach solving problems in what seems to me to almost be a "refactoring" mindset.
Overall, my initial impressions were mixed. I was very interested in parsing a new language with PegJS, mildly interested in code analysis tools, and lost interest when it came to fabricating a crude drum pad instrument. But whatever your pleasure or poison, hopefully the earnest appeal for community and improving
(...though it can lead to extraordinary results.) The fact that you can get a group of professionals, like engineers, who stereotypically can have the tendency to be singularly, rationally focused, to start thinking in terms of personal experience, emotion, and storytelling as being of primary importance in creating human-centered products
A surprisingly balanced comparison between Mongo and Couch is posted on the Mongo docs website. While the focus of technical talking points drifts towards Mongo, this is inevitable, as the doc is written from the perspective of Mongo experts. However, the writing is not pre-disposed to favor Mongo as a