Piatti del giorno 51
Fortunately, sportsball once again will not be interfering with spring in Vancouver, and likely won’t for at least a few years.
- Growing a Language - What I don’t even. I think I need to watch (or read) this a few more times.
- Diff Displays: Tracking Visual Changes on Unattended Displays - Theory: lucrative opportunities abound to those who can apply the simple idea of diffs to just about any field outside of software development (h/t @chneukirken).
- Object-oriented callback design - The counterargument to Collin Donnell’s recent argument against separate success/failure blocks à la AFNetworking (h/t @padraig).
- When only the glib win, we all lose - I suppose “glib” is kinder than “bullshitter” (h/t @kytrynx).
- Signs that you’re a bad programmer - The feel-not-terrible aspect of this is that I at least recognized that I have some of these going on before reading the article. I’m scared of the equivalent one for ops.
- The ‘profile’ Link Relation and You - Help people peel back the label on your API.
- Why I Develop For The Mac - It’s possible I just lack the native-side depth of perspective, but I think I have it for web and I find it a wonder anything works at all over here.
- How Developers Stop Learning: Rise of the Expert Beginner - Oof. Read twice (h/t @avdi).
- How Software Groups Rot: Legacy of the Expert Beginner - The follow-on to the previous punch in the nethers.